Power Supply

Caution Review the ESD Power Supply precautions in Bulletins 1 Press down on the back of the power supply, push back the power supply tab, and lift the power supply. 2 Disconnect the power supply connector from the hard drive mechanism. Note On some hard drive mechanisms, the power supply connector is on the opposite side of the hard drive.

Hard Drive Mechanism

Hard Case Rest

Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Push back the large tab, slide the hard drive mechanism up, and rest it on the edge of the case. Note On some hard drive mechanisms, the power supply connector is located on the opposite side of the hard drive. 3 Open the end tabs if present on the hard drive data cable connector and disconnect the cable from the hard drive mechanism. 4 Disconnect the SCSI select switch connector and lift the hard drive mechanism out of the case. Note Skip...

Torque Sequence

No preliminary steps are required before you begin this procedure. Note This procedure applies to hard drive mechanisms that have been removed from a computer or an external hard drive, or to replacement drive mechanisms that have not yet been installed in the computer. Using a torque driver, tighten the screws in the order shown. Torque the screws to 8.0-inch pounds. Note The torque sequence is the same for all types of drives and carriers.

Carrier Removal

No preliminary steps are required before you begin this procedure. Note This procedure applies to hard drive mechanisms that have been removed from a computer or an external hard drive, or to replacement drive mechanisms that have not yet been installed in the computer. Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Remove the four screws and lift the carrier from the hard drive. sure to properly torque the replacement drive to its carrier. Failure to do so could damage the drive. See...