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iBook (Dual USB)
Updated June 30, 2003
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iBook (Dual USB)
Be sure to follow the instructions in this sheet carefully. Failure to follow these instructions could result in damage to your equipment and may void your warranty. Note: Written and video instructions covering customer-installable parts are available at http://www.info.apple.com/installparts/.
· coin · #0 Phillips screwdriver · 2.4 millimeter (mm) or 3/32-inch slotted (flat-blade) screwdriver (if keyboard is locked) · small soft cloth (if an optional AirPort Card is installed)
Opening the Computer
1. Place your computer on a clean, flat surface. 2. Shut down your computer. Warning: Always turn off your computer before opening its case to avoid damaging its internal components. 3. Disconnect the power cord and any other cables connected to the computer. 4. Close the computer, turn it over, and locate the battery latch. (Figure 1) Warning: Removing the battery before shutting down your computer may result in data loss. Use a coin to turn the battery latch 1/4 turn clockwise to unlock the battery. Gently remove the battery. Removing the battery will prevent you from accidentally turning on the computer. 5. Turn over the computer.
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6. Raise the display so you can access the keyboard. Warning: The internal components of your iBook may be hot. If you have been using your iBook, wait 30 minutes after shutting it down to let the internal components cool before continuing. 7. Make sure the keyboard locking screw, located in the small plastic tab to the left of the Num Lock key (Figure 2), is not in the locked position. Your iBook comes with the keyboard unlocked, so unless you or someone else locked the keyboard, you can skip this step. To unlock the keyboard, turn the screw 1/2 turn. 8. Release the keyboard by pulling down on the keyboard release tabs (located to the left of the F1 and F12 keys) (Figure 3), then lift the top portion of the keyboard up slightly, and toward the display. 9. Flip the keyboard over and lay it on the palm rests and trackpad. (Figure 4) 10. Touch a metal surface on the inside of the computer to discharge any static electricity, as shown. (Figure 5) Important: To avoid electrostatic discharge damage, always ground yourself by touching the computer's framework before you touch any parts or install any components inside the computer. To avoid static electricity building back up in your body, do not walk around the room until you have completed your installation and closed the computer. 11. If your computer has the optional AirPort Card installed, unlatch the flexible wire holder that secures the card. (Figure 6) Use the pull-tab on the card to remove it from the slot. (You do not need to disconnect the antenna.) To avoid scratching the computer's case, place a soft cloth between the AirPort Card and the surface of your iBook. 12. If an Ai