Shield Wiring Harness

Apple Performa Power Supply Grey Wires

Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. 1 Push in and slide the plastic side panels toward the front of the computer about one-half inch. 2 Remove the plastic side panels. 3 Note This graphic shows the bottom case tipped to provide a better view of the screw. Perform this procedure with the bottom case seated on a firm, flat surface. Remove the screw that secures the shield wiring harness to the bottom case. 10-pin tuner cable, if connected 5 Slide the tuner cable from the cable...

Open Transport

Open Transport 1.1 does not work on 6200 or 6300 Series computers. These computers require Open Transport 1.1.1. When version 1.1.1 is installed on these computers, a dialog box may appear indicating that a hardware issue was detected. This message means that Open Transport can't be installed until the cache ROM DIMM is replaced. The required repairs are covered under the Apple Repair Extension Program. The models included in this program are Macintosh Performa 6200, 6205, 6214, 621 6, 6218,...

Video

Screen is dark, audio and at least one drive operate, fan runs, and LED is lit 1 Confirm that video connections are secure. 2 Confirm that monitor-out daughterboard connection on the fan bracket is secure. 6 Replace logic board. Retain customer's SIMMs or DIMMs. Screen is dark, audio and drive do not operate, but fan runs and LED is lit 2 Remove expansion card, if present. 5 Replace logic board. Retain customer's SIMMs or DIMMs.

PCI Card Installation

Before you begin, remove the following Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Caution Take care to avoid compressing the EMI clip on the bottom of the logic board. If possible, support the underside of the board to avoid compressing the silver-colored EMI clip. 1 Caution Avoid letting the retainer clamp fall onto the logic board. While holding the retainer clamp in place, remove the screw that secures the clamp to the logic board fence. 3 If the PCI card has ports for...

Replace the Cache Rom Dimm

8 Hold each end of the Cache ROM DIMM between the thumb and forefinger of each hand. Note You may hold the DIMM by the chips. 9 Using some force, pull the DIMM straight up out of its slot. vertically with the communications slot end of the board resting on your workspace. II Insert the replacement Cache ROM DIMM into the DIMM slot. Caution Make sure the notches in the DIMM line up with the pegs in the DIMM slot. 1 2 Bracing the underside of the logic board with your fingertips, use both thumbs...

Sound and Video

6200 and 6300 Series Records at 11 kHz or 22 kHz sample rate except 6360 Plays back at 22 kHz sample rate Two speakers with enhanced stereo sound Allows playback and recording of ordinary audio compact discs 16-bit stereophonic sound output 16-bit CD stereophonic playback , level nominally 0.5 V RMS into 39 ohms Sound-input port for microphone or line input accepts stereophonic input, but sound is combined into monophonic sound for play-through or recording Two stereophonic sound output ports,...

Replace the EMI Clips

If you are retaining the original logic board, you must replace the board's three EMI clips ground clips . Perform steps 30-33 only if you are not replacing the board. Note on ordering and claims procedures Please claim part number 011-0156 when you replace the EMI clips but do not replace the logic board. Do not enter the part number for the clips on the SRO. 30 With the logic board facing right side up, squeeze together the top of each EMI clip and push it out through the slot. 31 Turn the...

Hard Drive

Internal hard drive runs continuously 1 Make sure System is version 7.1.2 or later. 4 Replace logic board. Retain customer's SIMMs or DIMMs. Internal hard drive does not operate 1 Confirm that all hard drive connections are secure. 3 Replace internal IDE hard drive. 4 Replace shield wiring harness chassis. 5 Replace logic board. Retain customer's SIMMs or DIMMs. Hard drive not found Use Drive Setup 1.0.3. when booted from CD-ROM drive. 1 Replace disc if dirty or damaged. Volume control does not...

Battery Verification

Before you begin, remove the following Caution Review the ESD precautions in Bulletins Safety. Set the voltmeter to the 10 VDC scale. Hold the positive probe of the voltmeter to the positive end of the battery. Hold the negative probe to the negative end of the battery. If the battery voltage is below 3.0 V, replace the battery. Refer to Battery Replacement.

Replace the Ethernet Card Fence

Perform steps 25-29 if an Apple Ethernet card is installed on the logic board whether or not you are replacing the logic board . Note on ordering and claims procedures Do not enter the part number for the card fence on the SRO. 25 Inspect the metal fence on the Ethernet card. 26 If the card fence hooks onto the logic board fence, go to step 30. 27 If the card fence does not hook onto the board fence and the card fence is riveted onto the card, replace the card. 28 If the card fence does not...

General Information

The Macintosh Performa 6200 and 6300 Series computers feature the PowerPC 603 processor and include slots for LC-processor-direct slot LC-PDS card not on Performa 6360 Peripheral component interconnect PCI card Performa 6360 The 6200 Series computers ship with an IDE hard drive, an internal 14.4 Global Village modem, and a 600i CD-ROM drive optional . Soft power-on control from the keyboard Front panel sound-control pushbuttons Optional infrared remote control The following expansion slots are...

Upgrade RAM for Education Customers

Perform step 24 if you are installing System 7.5.3 on a U.S. or Canadian Education customer's unit and the unit has 8 MB RAM installed. See Before You Begin. 24 Install a 4 MB DRAM SIMM part number 922-2397 in the empty DRAM SIMM slot. Note The Desktop Repair Extension Program is intended to address specific hardware issues. Due to the unique needs of public and private nonprofit educational institutions, Apple is performing some additional services above and beyond the repair extension...

Replace the Logic Board

Performa Replace Logic Board

Perform steps 14-17 only if you are replacing the logic board. Note Replacement logic boards come without a fence. When replacing a logic board, remove the fence from the old board and reinstall it on the replacement board. 1 4 Remove the two Phillips screws that secure the fence to the solder side of the logic board. 1 5 Remove the two hex nuts that secure the logic board fence to the SCSI connector. 1 6 Remove the logic board fence from the old logic board and reinstall it on the replacement...

IO Interfaces

Two RS-232 422 serial ports mini DIN-8 connectors Two RS-232 RS-422 serial GeoPort-compatible ports One external SCSI port DB-25 connector Supports up to seven SCSI devices Apple Desktop Bus One Apple Desktop Bus ADB port mini DIN-4 connector Sound-input port for microphone or line input Note The port accepts stereophonic input, but sound is combined into monophonic sound for play-through or recording. One sound input port for stereo sound input Two stereophonic sound-output ports, level...