Warnings and Cautions

Please refer to the phone's user guide for instructions relating to operation, care and maintenance including important safety information. Note also the following:

Warnings:

1. CARE MUST BE TAKEN ON INSTALLATION IN VEHICLES FITTED WITH ELECTRONIC ENGINE MANAGEMENT

SYSTEMS AND ANTI-SKID BRAKING SYSTEMS. UNDER CERTAIN FAULT CONDITIONS, EMITTED RF ENERGY CAN AFFECT THEIR OPERATION. IF NECESSARY, CONSULT THE VEHICLE DEALER/MANUFACTURER TO DETERMINE THE IMMUNITY OF VEHICLE ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS TO RF ENERGY.

2. THE HANDPORTABLE TELEPHONE MUST NOT BE OPERATED IN AREAS LIKELY TO CONTAIN POTENTIALLY EXPLOSIVE ATMOSPHERES EG PETROL STATIONS (SERVICE STATIONS), BLASTING AREAS ETC.

3. OPERATION OF ANY RADIO TRANSMITTING EQUIPMENT, INCLUDING CELLULAR TELEPHONES, MAY INTERFERE WITH THE FUNCTIONALITY OF INADEQUATELY PROTECTED MEDICAL DEVICES. CONSULT A PHYSICIAN OR THE MANUFACTURER OF THE MEDICAL DEVICE IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. OTHER ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT MAY ALSO BE SUBJECT TO INTERFERENCE.

Cautions:

1. Servicing and alignment must be undertaken by qualified personnel only.

2. Ensure all work is carried out at an anti-static workstation and that an anti-static wrist strap is worn.

3. Ensure solder, wire, or foreign matter does not enter the telephone as damage may result.

4. Use only approved components as specified in the parts list.

5. Ensure all components, modules screws and insulators are correctly re-fitted after servicing and alignment. Ensure all cables and wires are repositioned correctly.

6. All PC's used with NMP Service Software for this produce must be bios and operating system "Year 2000 Compliant".

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Table of content

1. EXPLODED VIEW 5

2. BILL OF REPAIR 6

3. SIMPLE INFRARED TEST 8

4. SW-UPDATE 8

5. GENERAL REPAIR INFORMATION 9

6. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS 10

7. MAIN PARTS 12

8. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PARTI 13

9. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART2 14

10. ESD PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS 15

11. SERVICE NOTES 16

12. GONOGO TESTER 17

13. BATTERYTESTER 17

Change History

Originator

Status

Version No.

Date

Comments

MWy

Draft

0.1

14.02.2002

Initial draft

MWy

Approved

1.0

27.02.2002

approval

Esd Protection Concept
Description: See corresponding ITEM/CIRCUIT REF of the BOR (Bill Of Repair)

2. BILL OF REPAIR

SPARE PARTS

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ITEM/ CIRCUIT REF.

QTY

PART NO

PART NAME

I003

6

6150051

SCREW M1.6X5.5 T6

I004

1

0201868

LU9 UI MODULE EUROPE

I005

1

5140067

SPEAKER WITH SPRING

I007

1

6800055

VIBRA MOTOR WITH RUBBER

1008

1

5140205

MICROPHONE

I009

1

5460049

SYSTEM-CONNECTOR NON ASSEMBLED

I011

1

9460377

SIM CARD COVER

V324-V327

4

4864591

LED CL270PSB61 PASTELB 90'0603 EUR

S300-S302

3

5200025

SM TACT SW SIDE TRAVEL 0.2 MM

G300

1

4700131

CELL CAPACITOR 0.01MAH 3V3

F100

1

5119019

SM FUSE F 1.5A 32V 0603

0770477

Spare Part Kit

0080631

Refurbishment Kit

VARIANT PARTS

I013

1

9458254

BATTERY COVER ASSY NPM-9 Beiqe

I013

1

9458324

BATTERY COVER ASSY NPM-9 dark blue

I001

1

9458252

A-COVER.ASSY NPM-9 Beiqe

I001

1

9458329

A-COVER.ASSY NPM-9 dark blue

I002

1

9794080

Keymat Arabic / Light

I002

1

9794081

Keymat Cyrillic_Russian / Light

I002

1

9794092

Keymat Cyrillic_Greek / Light

I002

1

9794079

Keymat Hebrew / Light

I002

1

9794062

Keymat Latin / Light

I002

1

9794067

Keymat Stroke / Light

QTY

PART NO

PART NAME

1

0073480

NPM-9 N6510 SWAP ENGINE EUROPE

1

0073481

NPM-9 N6510 SWAP ENGINE TURKEY

1

0073482

NPM-9 N6510 SWAP ENGINE FRANCE

1

0073483

NPM-9 N6510 SWAP ENGINE CS-SK

1

0073484

NPM-9 N6510 SWAP ENGINE RUSSIA

1

0073485

NPM-9 N6510 SWAP ENGINE POLAND

TYPE

QTY

PART NO

PART NAME

DCD-1

0272865

DESK STAND

HDD-1

0273195

HEAD-SET DOUBLE MONO

BLB-2

0271570

BATTERY LI-ION 650 MAH

FLS-4

0081483

POS FLASH DONGLE

ACP-8E

0272169

AC TRAVEL CHARGER (EUR)

ACP-8X

0272172

AC TRAVEL CHARGER (UK)

XCS-1

0730218

POS SERVICE CABLE

FLA-18

0770318

POS FLASH LOADING ADAPTER

3. SIMPLE INFRARED TEST

You need another NOKIA infrared device when testing infrared via sending a business card. The infrared windows of the devices must be directed to each other and should have a distance of approx. 15cm.

Make sure that infrared is activated in receiver device (e. g. 5210).

4. SW-UPDATE

To use FLS-4 Flash Dongle you have to follow the user guide inside the sales package. Please check always the latest version of flash software, which is available on Partner Website. Flash Concept - (Point of Sales)

Nokia Care Repair Bill
Description: See corresponding ITEM/CIRCUIT REF of the BOR (Bill Of Repair)

From Home Menu, select "Names" Select"Search" Select "List"

Select "Details" from one phonebook entry Select "Options" Select "Send bus.card" Select "Send via IR"

Press red receiver button for Home Menu

5. GENERAL REPAIR INFORMATION

In this section you will get some general hints how to carry out repairs:

o Before starting the repair you must take care of ESD precautions like being in your

ESD-area and connecting your arm wrist. o Use gloves to avoid corrosion and fingerprints. o Protect windows and displays with a foil to avoid dust and scratches. o When cleaning the pads you have to use a soft cloth and isopropanol. It is not allowed to use a glass fiber pencil because it scratches the surface and will lead later on to corrosion.

o Soldering with hot air gun is totally forbidden because of the very sensitive |iBGA

components and |iVia technology. Please check general Service Bulletin-122. o Mechanical parts, which didn't repair the failure, can be reused, if they are not soldered.

o Use always original Nokia parts or accessories. o Don't try to repair liquid damages.

o Meet the torque requirements when assembling the unit (see also the document

"torques for transceiver assembly" on Partner Websites). o Always use your own equipment for testing where you are sure that it works. E.g. if the customer complains about charger function, please test the phone with your own charger to be sure if phone or charger causes the malfunction. o The bottom side of a module is the side where the part no. of the pcb is seen. o Please check Partner Websites (PWS) for latest news on a regular basis.

Legend for Quick Trouble Shooter:

This legend is valid for all parts of the Quick Trouble Shooter_

Follow the steps until the problem is solved. If this doesn't help, you are not authorized to go forward. Only underlined components ( e.g. I007) can be changed.

Follow the arrows step by step

o

Pads or contacts: Check optical and mechanical condition as well as corrosion. Clean if necessary.

e

Measure component for electrical functionality and change, if needed.

No more action possible, send product to the appropriate service partner with higher service level.

End Point

4, 5

Superscript numbers are for additional comments or instructions

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6. DISASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS

Push the unlock-button and move the battery cover Pull the A-Cover and B-Cover apart to open the unit. to the System Connector direction.

Remove the six screws with screwdriver Torx T6 in Before removing the UI module LU9 this clip has to be released with a screwdriver or tweezers.

Remove the six screws with screwdriver Torx T6 in Before removing the UI module LU9 this clip has the shown order. When assembling the reverse order has to be taken with a torque of 17Ncm.

to be released with a screwdriver or tweezers.

Now the UI module can be removed. Please take care of not to damage the board to board connector afterwards which is located on the CMT module.

Lift up the CMT module LA5 carefully. Note that sometimes the battery connector gets stuck at the SIM Card Cover. Take care of not to bend the spring contacts of the battery connector.

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If you need to change the speaker you shouldn't lift it from the spring connectors. Take tweezers and lift the speaker as shown in the picture.

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Turn around the B-Cover. If the System Connector is jammed, press with tweezers between cover and connector.

The System Connector contains Vibra Motor and Remove the Keymat. It is always good to protect the Microphone, which can be easily pushed out from window from the inner side. the System Connector.
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If you need to remove or change the SIM Card Cover you first have to release it.

New screws have a special locking compound on the thread. Unscrewed screws mustn't be reused! When assembling the phone, screws must be tightend with a torque of 17 Ncm! The GoNoGo test verifies that the electrical specifications will be fulfilled.

The second step is to push one hinge to the middle to lift up the Card Cover.

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7. MAIN PARTS

Microphone 1008

Vibra Motor I007

System Connector I009

Keymat I002

Speaker I005

SIM Card Cover I011

Nokia 6510Nokia 6510

A-Cover I001

B-Cover, not changeable

LU9 User Interface Module I004

8. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PARTI

Quick Trouble Shooter

6510 LA5 bottom side part 1

Esd Protected Repairing Workshop Area

no/bad service antenna

B-Cover

180° turn

Service Manual 6510 Level 2

System Connector

7110 Nokia Battery Connector Schema

Microphone 1008

no/bad microphone

Microphone 1008

^ no/bad headset

Copyright 2002 © Nokia Corporation

System Connector oooo £

no/bad microphone

9. QUICK TROUBLE SHOOTER PART2

Nokia 6510 Board
Service Manual 6510 Level 2

Copyright 2002 © Nokia Corporation

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10. ESD PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS

Electrostatic Protected Area

Electrostatic discharge can easily damage the sensitive components of electronic products. Therefore every Service Partner has to take care of at least some precautions like ESD restricted area, floor, table, covering, chair(s), shoes or arm wrist.

Please refer to the Partner Website document

ESD protection requirements for NMP Service Level 1/2 Service Suppliers

Cell Phone Repair Workbench

example configuration of an epa-area source: www.armeka.com

example configuration of a workbench source: www.warmbier.com

example workbench and testers source: http://www.armekaengineering.com

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11. SERVICE NOTES

We recommend using Service Notes when shipping phones to other Service Partners. It prevents the product from scratches, it is ESD-proved and has the possibility to give valuable feedback of the fault symptom through a structured form. Please refer to the document Service Notes for faulty NMP transceiver on Partner Website to get further information.

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12. GONOGO TESTER

The Acterna/Wavetek GoNoGo Tester has to be used to carry out the final test after your service action to guarantee the functionality of the phone.

Please refer to the actual information in the Nokia Care Point Extranet within the Partner Website.

Nokia 6510

13. BATTERYTESTER

The Astratec battery tester lets you test the capacity of Nokia batteries. Please refer to the actual information in the Nokia Care Point Extranet within the Partner Website.

Nokia 6510 Test

Programs After Market Services (PAMS) Technical Documentation

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