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Step 1 — Case presentation: front panel
This NAS DS718 + is equipped with 4 GB of RAM (6 GB max.), an INTEL Celeron J3455 64-bit Quad processor, two bays for SATA drives (HDD, or SSD).
Step 2 — Cas presentation: rear panel
Step 3 — Backplane and memory access
Before teardown, unlock the disk media with the key.
Step 4 — Teardown: Rear Panel - Step 1 / 3
1 - Remove the two screws placed under the NAS, on rear side.
Step 5 — Teardown: rear panel - step 2 / 3
To remove the rear panel …
Step 6 — Teardown: rear panel - step 3 / 3
Once removed, remove the fan connector from the motherboard.
Step 7 — Removing the Metal Housing
Once the rear panel is removed, the housing can be removed. To do so drag the cover about 1 cm to the back of the NAS then lift the hood upwards.
Step 8 — Naked case before disassembling metal housing
Now remains the front to remove ...
Step 9 — Teradown: front panel - step 1 / 2
Remove the two screws under the box on the front side and then ...
Step 10 — Teardown: front panel - step 2 / 2
and remove the front panel …
Step 11 — Teardown: crankcase and expansion card 1/3
x 4 screws to remove …
Step 12 — Teardown: crankcase and expansion card 2/3
This part is delicate to assembly as to disassembly. Read full instructions carefully before handling.
Step 13 — Teardown: crankcase and expansion card 3/3
Step 14 — Teardown: motherboard and memory
motherboard (processor side)
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