Introduction

The guide will teach you how to replace any faulty SCSI Connections at the back of the device. It requires the case to be opened, so any warranties covering the device will be voided.

Pry 4 plastic feet off the bottom of the enclosure using the iPod opening tool. Pry 4 plastic feet off the bottom of the enclosure using the iPod opening tool. Pry 4 plastic feet off the bottom of the enclosure using the iPod opening tool.
  • Pry 4 plastic feet off the bottom of the enclosure using the iPod opening tool.

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Unscrew the four screws previously covered by the feet. Unscrew the four screws previously covered by the feet.
  • Unscrew the four screws previously covered by the feet.

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Flip the device right side up, then gently slide the casing upwards and off the hard drive. Flip the device right side up, then gently slide the casing upwards and off the hard drive.
  • Flip the device right side up, then gently slide the casing upwards and off the hard drive.

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Flip device upside down again.
  • Flip device upside down again.

  • Gently pry the bottom gray casing away from the device.

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Rotate so back of device is facing you, then gently pry the back casing away. When back casing is removed, the fan will become loose.
  • Rotate so back of device is facing you, then gently pry the back casing away.

  • When back casing is removed, the fan will become loose.

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Flip so device is upside down. Remove 4 screws with Phillips #1 screw driver.
  • Flip so device is upside down.

  • Remove 4 screws with Phillips #1 screw driver.

    • Be sure to save the washers that seperate the screws from the baseplate for reassembly.

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Slide the internal drive component away from the back of the device. Remove the connections from the back of the internal component in the order of your choosing, we suggest left to right. The connections are:
  • Slide the internal drive component away from the back of the device.

  • Remove the connections from the back of the internal component in the order of your choosing, we suggest left to right. The connections are:

    • Audio Connection

    • SCSI ID

    • Terminate On

    • SCSI Connection

    • DC Input (power)

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Remove the four Phillips #1 Screws from back panel. Once the screws are removed, the two connections are easily removed from the body. Once the screws are removed, the two connections are easily removed from the body.
  • Remove the four Phillips #1 Screws from back panel.

  • Once the screws are removed, the two connections are easily removed from the body.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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