Acer Extensa 670 Notebook
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The Extensa 67x Series follows the 65x Series. The Extensa
series is similar in
construction and appearance, has similar operating controls
and indicators and uses the same
software. It uses a similar startup self test program
(described in detail in Chapter 5 of this manual).
There are differences at the board level which affect
assembly/disassembly as described in Chapter
6 of this manual. There are also differences in
Field-Replaceable Units (FRUs), particularly the
Printed Circuit Boards, so separate FRU lists and logic
diagram sets are provided in the appendices
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01 January 1996
Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.
09 August 2018
About this Manual
This service guide contains reference information for the
computer. It gives the system and peripheral
specifications, shows how to identify and solve system
problems and explains the procedure for removing and
replacing system components. It also gives information
for ordering spare parts.
This service guide consists of six chapters and one
appendices as follows:
This chapter contains a general overview of the system,
describes the standard and optional
features, and identifies the major assemblies and
subassemblies. This section also contains
detailed functional and environmental specifications.
This chapter contains unpacking and preparation for use
instructions for the system.
This chapter contains a summary of Notebook
procedures useful for maintenance
Theory of Operation
This chapter contains a general block diagram theory of
operation description and major
This chapter contains an overview of the fault isolation
process, provides guidelines for
isolating 67x series computer malfunctions to replaceable
subassemblies and provides
instructions for executing diagnostics and interpreting
This chapter contains the machine disassembly and unit
This appendix contains the FRU information, jumper settings
information and schematic
diagrams of the system.