Scenic 300

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Haddow

Scenic 300

Postby Haddow » Mon Jul 03, 2006 14:19

I have been given a scenic 300 computer, but the front panel connector 7 strand cable is disconnected from the 10 holed plug to the main board. Which strands should be connected to which pins, please.

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Postby Mayr_TS » Wed Jul 05, 2006 13:37

which type of SCENIC 300 do you have? Which motherboard is in it? With this information you'll find the pinning of the front panel connector.

Regards
Gerhard

Haddow

scenic 300

Postby Haddow » Thu Jul 06, 2006 20:01

Gerhard,

My Scenic 300 is the 361 P111 450.

I'm not sure how to identify the motherboard.

Regards,

Graham

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Postby Mayr_TS » Fri Jul 07, 2006 7:45

On the motherboard there is a number like S26361-D11....
This D11.. is what you need to identify your board

Regards
Gerhard

Haddow

scenic 300

Postby Haddow » Fri Jul 07, 2006 9:54

Gerhard,

I can see the following on the motherboard - W26361-W10. Could this be the vital number?

Greetings,

Graham

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Postby Mayr_TS » Fri Jul 07, 2006 13:44

no it isn't! There must be a Dxxxx number.

Regards
Gerhard

Haddow

scenic 300

Postby Haddow » Fri Jul 07, 2006 14:19

Gerhard,

Thanks for your patience!

I think I have found it - D1141 H11 GS

Regards,

Graham

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Postby Mayr_TS » Fri Jul 07, 2006 14:26

Here you'll find the additional technical manual of the D1107:

http://download.fujitsu-siemens.com/dow ... uID=202627

The pinning of the D1141 is the same. Have a look on page 7 or 8. One of this two versions should match to your board.

Regards
Gerhard

Haddow

scenic 300

Postby Haddow » Sat Jul 08, 2006 15:53

Gerhard,

Many thanks. I'm up and running.

I had downloaded the manual previously, and followed the circuit, but without result. Having tried again, following your recommended link, I was surprised to see the same circuit as before. I then found the problem, all the time, was a broken wire. That is now mended.

Again, many thanks.

Regards,

Graham


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