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Clarification I'm not sure, I unplugged a small blue and a small black plug at the bottom of the mother board, a large white plug on the right top as well as the data cable next to it, and a four pronged plug just above the hard drive.

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  • Deboo Geek May 11, 2010

    If it's an old PC, the four pronged plug might be the floppy drive power connector. Not sure about the other plugs - you might need some hardware engineer to visit you to help.

    Is your PC working after all this? Or giving any error?

  • Dan rogers
    Dan rogers May 11, 2010

    ok is the data plug plugged back into the same slot it came out of?



    Sorry to have to ask but do you know what the difference between seta and IDE is??



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PS3 (Playstation 3) Yellow Light Of Death REPAIR GUIDE


PS3 (Playstation 3) Yellow Light Of Death REPAIR GUIDE

Disclaimer: if your PS3 is still under
warranty then please send it back to them for repair.
DO NOT Try this repair IF IT IS STILL UNDER WARRANTY.
This Guide is for the repair of *********** boards only and
will not repair your power supply or read errors.
In this guide there is no guarantee you will fix
your ps3 and by following this Guide YOU take on full
responsibility for any damages caused by following this guide.


Tools needed
Heat gun .
Isopropyl alcohol.
Vacuum cleaner or compressed air can.
Phillips screw driver.
Flat Head screw driver or slotted torx bit.
Artic Sliver 5 (Radioshack)

1. Remove warranty sticker and rubber foot that’s
positioned above hard drive bay.
This will invalidate any warranty.
2. Using a small flat blade screw driver or slotted torx bit,
unscrew cover plate screw.
3. Slide cover plate towards the left until it stops and lift
off.
4. Remove all Phillips screws marked noting size and
position.
5. Hinge case towards you until disengaged and then tilt
towards the left. See below.
6. Remove ribbon cable by carefully lifting black part of
connector (locking tab).
7. Lift/tilt blue ray drive towards the right whilst
disconnecting power cable and the large ribbon (lift tab)
underneath.
8. Remove 5 screws and the earth wire screw on psu, and
unplug connector plug.
Before removal of psu unplug small bnc connector (black
wire) and remove tape on side of psu, now lift off psu.
9. Now remove the wide ribbon from connector (lift tab)
unscrew the four screws on the Bluetooth board and
remove.
10. Remove hard drive cover,
11. Unscrew blue hard drive screw and disengage hard
drive by sliding towards gap in the bay. .
12. Remove hard drive,
13. Unscrew 4 screws holding the bracket, on/off and
eject control panel.
Remove small ribbon (lift tab) and remove control panel.
14. Unscrew 8 screws,
15. Lift enclosure out of plastic base,
16. Now unclip black rear panel and remove.
17. Unscrew 4 screws and remove sprung brackets,
18. Lift of metal cover plate whilst allowing ribbons to
pass through gaps in plate without damage, see below.
(Taking note where heat sink rubbers are positioned).
19. Supporting fan assembly turn board over, remove
fan power connector and fan,
20. Remove 2 screws holding plate to hard drive
connector and unplug battery connector. See above.
Now remove plate.
21. Clean off old heat sink compound from the 2 main
processors using Isopropyl alcohol Or Artic Silver remover Faster Than alcohol)
making sure all traces of the old heat sink compound has gone.
22. Clean both touch plates on bottom of fan/heat sink
assembly with Isopropyl alcohol until all traces of the old
heat sink compound has gone.
23. Now using a vacuum cleaner or compressed air
blower get rid of all dust build up in the case and on all
component parts of the ps3 (pay special attention to the
fan assembly and heat sink fins(MUST BE CLEAR OF
DUST).

24. Place the ps3 mother board on a flat heat resistive
surface (kitchen work top or melamine shelf will be fine).
25. Turn heat gun on and set temperature to 350 deg
and the fan speed to low (to high and it will move the
surface mount bits).
Allow gun to get up to temperature before
continuing!!!!
Note (There is two Large Square Chips in the Middle of the board these are your CPU and GPU they both have two Black Rectangles Right Next to them. These are the Memory Chips. These are the only things you will be Heating Up on top and Bottom)
26. Using a circular motion hold heat gun over areas
outlined below (keep heat gun an inch above
board/components at all times).
27. CPU side first.
. After 15 to 20 seconds move onto the next area.
28. Once all marked areas have been heated/reflowed
on the mother board LEAVE for at least 10 to 15
minutes to cool.
(DO NOT MOVE MOTHER BOARD WHILE COOLING).
29. A popping noise may be heard during cooling, don’t
worry this is normal.
30. NON CPU side.
31. After 10 to 15 seconds move onto the next area.
32. Once all marked areas have been heated/reflowed
on the mother board LEAVE for at least 10 to 15
minutes to cool.
(DO NOT MOVE MOTHER BOARD WHILE COOLING).
33. A popping noise may be heard during cooling don’t
worry this is normal.
Heat sink compound still on in this picture, remove
before reflowing.
Heat sink rubber pads still on in this picture remove
before reflowing also hold ribbons out of way while reflowing;
You have just repaired you’re yloded ps3
mother board.
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the 2 processors, when doing this its always best to
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compound evenly and thinly over processor face (to much
is bad and not enough is also bad) the ideal amount is
when you can almost see through the paste.
37. Now repeat on the other processor.
38. NOW IT IS TIME TO REASEMBLE THE PS3.
RETRACE YOUR STEP IN REVERSE TO REBUILD
MAKING SURE ALL RIBBON CABLES HAVE BEEN
FULLY INSTERTED INTO CONNECTORS AND LOCKED
DOWN IN. (TABS).

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1=Left rear output-red
2=Left rear output-blue
3=Right rear output-black
4=Right rear output-yellow
5=empty
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7=Left front input-yellow
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8=Right front mid (+) output-white


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