Tools Featured in this Teardown

Introduction

The only tools needed are a philips screwdriver and a narrow putty knife.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Belkin Express Dock, use our service manual.

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  • View of the connectors

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  • Use a putty knife to remove the four rubber feet. Once removed, there are 4 phillips screws to be removed.

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  • The next step is to use the putty knife to pry off one of the two plastic endcaps, they snap out and the circuit board slides out.

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  • Use the phillips screwdriver to remove 5 more screws to remove the plastic mounting frame.

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Image 1/2: From left to right on the front of the board the major chips are:  LSI FW643E-02 (FIreWire800); Broadcom BCM57762 (gige); Intel L150I56 (Thunderbolt controller), NXP LPC1114F (two), Fresco FL1100 (USB3); C-Media CM119A (Audio) Image 2/2: From left to right on the back of the board the major chips are:  Parade PS161HDM; Parade PS8301 (two); NXP ZSD310 (two); Parade PS8321.  The chips seem to support HDMI/DVI conversion and Display Port!
  • Front and back of the board.

  • From left to right on the front of the board the major chips are: LSI FW643E-02 (FIreWire800); Broadcom BCM57762 (gige); Intel L150I56 (Thunderbolt controller), NXP LPC1114F (two), Fresco FL1100 (USB3); C-Media CM119A (Audio)

  • From left to right on the back of the board the major chips are: Parade PS161HDM; Parade PS8301 (two); NXP ZSD310 (two); Parade PS8321. The chips seem to support HDMI/DVI conversion and Display Port!

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  • close-ups of the major chips

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