Introduction

Utilisez ce guide pour remplacer le cache arrière en plastique.

Utilisez la pointe d'un spudger pour retirer la vis-mère en caoutchouc noir du côté de la PS3.
  • Utilisez la pointe d'un spudger pour retirer la vis-mère en caoutchouc noir du côté de la PS3.

  • La vis-mère peut être située en dessous d'une étiquette de garantie. Cette étiquette changera d'apparence et vous pourrez lire "VOID" après l'avoir retirée.

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Enlevez la vis torx de sécurité T10 de 8.5 mm de la plaque à puce.
  • Enlevez la vis torx de sécurité T10 de 8.5 mm de la plaque à puce.

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  • Tirez la plaque à puce vers la baie du disque dur, puis soulevez-la pour la retirer de la PS3.

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  • Faites attention aux extrémités métalliques situées au dessus du couvercle, s'il en est équipé.

That small metal bracket/socket set up looks completely different in the ps3 I'm working on. Model: CECHK01.

Any suggestions?

Marcus - Réponse

  • Enlevez les vis suivantes :

    • Six vis Phillips de 52 mm

    • Une vis Phillips 30 mm

2 more smaller screws (don't know what size...small) just below the top middle screw and top right screw (in the picture). Look for the arrows...

E Goo - Réponse

after you remove the screws, you may have to push a tab to take the cover off if you meet resistance on one side of the cover. Here is a link to a video that explains it, saved me lots of trouble:

http://youtu.be/jZgekNsRB-A?t=1m54s

ericksi33 - Réponse

Thanks @ericksi33, this really helped me out.

hogurt -

1st attempt, fan loud. Ps3 lasted about 2 wks. 2nd attempt noticed very poor contact between heatsink & cpu,gpu when taking it apart. Research - Found a better way to apply thermal past. I personally disapprove of guide on this. A small bit about the size of a grain of rice in center of cpu is plenty. Clamp the heat sinks back on. Then take it apart & check contact area. Thermal paste should have spread to about the size of a quarter.(more is better. Less then a nickel size is poor contact) possibly weak clamps. Carefully applied pressure onto the cpu & gpu, pressing them into the heatsinks before clamping heatsink clamps on. Achieved greater then quarter sized thermal past spread. Fan silent in comparison & ps3 lasted about a yr. Rarely did I ever hear the fan go to high and get loud after that. About to begin my third fix on this same ps3. One of the first 80g backwards compatible. other then those notes and that this guide was for a different model ps3 (minor differences) I liked this guide. easy to follow.

brettgomes - Réponse

Although the battery is described as proprietary, it looks like it is the common CR2032 lithium coin battery that is used in calculators and some computers. I haven't had to replace mine but I suspect under the heatshrink cover is a battery holder which will allow the coin battery to be removed and replaced. Then wrap with electrical tape and reinstall.

RickP - Réponse

I tried this with the heatgun and it ruined my PS3. The CPU and GPU are NOW RUINED!!! It did not work for and made things worst!!! I sent it to a place to get reballed and they said the HEATGUN had overheated my processor and killed them!!! So think twice about doing this. Just because it is already broken, DON'T THINK YOU CAN'T MAKE IT WORST!

georgehollyoh - Réponse

Why would you try it with a heat gun, no were is it mentioned to do that

Phillip Pereira -

There are 2 additional screws to remove , front center and front left , just behind the already marked screws.

mikentc90 - Réponse

  • Soulevez le couvercle supérieur par le bord arrière et faites-le pivoter vers l'avant de la PS3.

  • Enlevez le couvercle supérieur.

Disconnect the memory card ribbon cable.

Tobias Stockmann - Réponse

The top would hardly budge on the left back corner and was stuck on the right back corner. There is a plastic hook that needs to be unfastened to lift the top off. It is located in a hole on the top back corner on the right hand side, so the corner straight across the on off button. Just gently push the plastic hook a bit front the rear of the machine with a spudger. It gives easily and the top will be free to lift off after that.

cornellg - Réponse

  • Déconnectez le cable d'alimentation du lecteur Blu-ray de la carte mère.

  • Tirez le connecteur vers le haut et retirez-le de sa prise.

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  • Soulevez le lecteur Blu-ray à partir du bord le plus proche de l'alimentation et faites-le pivoter suffisamment hors du châssis pour pouvoir accéder à son câble plat.

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  • Utilisez vos ongles pour faire basculer le clapet de retenue de la prise du câble plat Blu-ray.

  • Assurez-vous de soulever seulement le clapet de retenue et non pas la prise elle-même.

  • Retirez le câble plat de sa prise.

  • Retirez le lecteur Blu-ray de la PS3.

  • Si vous remplacez le lecteur Blu-ray, réutilisez le câble d'alimentation sur votre nouveau lecteur Blu-ray.

Not all systems look like this, some have tape instead of the flap.

gatewaynomad - Réponse

Every system that I have seen has had the ZIF connector, while some had tape over the connection as well. If your connectors are taped, be sure to remove the tape, then proceed with undoing the ZIF connector.

Brett Hartt -

The version 2 systems baseboard PCB started switching to the new narrow 24 pin ZIF header/ribbon and Blu-Ray drive connection.

You should not attempt to detach the taped ribbon cable from the drive end first as described above for the older wide 60 pin ribbons. You must remove the drive and ribbon as one unit to protect the fragile ZIF sockets.

The slimmer fragile ribbon is taped to the drive housing to afford a more secure ZIF connection. The opposite base connection is slightly under the PSU.

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shadetree - Réponse

From continued

One should firstly remove the PSU: Disconnect the drive power cable as described above. Unscrew the 5 (3-P1 2-P2) PSU mounting screws. Now leaving the power cables attached, lift the PSU off the power baseboard PCB pins and move over slightly to access the baseboard drive cable end ZIF. Release the ZIF latch and slide the entire (drive and ribbon) strait away from the baseboard ZIF to disconnect.

After the complete drive/ribbon removal, you can carefully remove the restraining tape on the bottom of the drive to release the ribbon ZIF, then remove the 24 pin ribbon from the drive logic PCB.

Install in reverse order making sure to add new tape to secure the ribbon to the drive.

shadetree - Réponse

I needed to remove the PSO completely to reach the baseboard drive cable end ZIF. To do that disconnect the power and data (I assume) cables and then pull the unit straight up. To longish prongs are heading straight up into it from the baseboard and it is a bit tight, so gently pull until it's clear.

cornellg -

If you are replacing the Blu-ray drive, you must use the same daughterboard that came with your PlayStation 3. The daughterboard is paired to the motherboard, and the Blu-ray drive will not work with a different board. -------------- I understand however my daughterboard is not on the bottom of the blu-ray drive it must be on the inside. Is there any advice out there on how I go about doing this as I am not sure what I am doing???? If someone could post a link or any tips it would be greatly appreciated.

jimmy - Réponse

When I received my new drive there was a sheet that said you could keep the old boards but you have to 'flash' them with the ps3's digital information. Currently trying to figure out how.....

Cheffy -

  • Tirez le câble plat du tableau de contrôle vers le haut et hors de sa prise sur la carte mère.

Some PS3 versions do not have a separate control board, since the buttons and LEDS are located on the motherboard (for example, in my PS3 model CECHG04). In this case steps 10, 11 and 13 are not applicable.

markp - Réponse

  • Enlevez les deux vis Phillips de 12 mm qui fixent le tableau de contrôle au boîtier inférieur.

  • Ôtez de la PS3 le tableau de contrôle et le câble qui y est attaché.

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  • Enlevez les huit vis suivantes qui fixent l'ensemble de carte mère au boîtier inférieur.

    • Sept vis Phillips de 12 mm (ph2)

    • Une vis Phillips de 30 mm

On my machine (fat PS3 with no card reader and 2 USB ports), there is no upper right screw to remove.

alansliu - Réponse

That 30mm screw is the one lower down under the power cable, not the higher up one with the embossed arrow pointing at it.

James Beegle - Réponse

  • Retirez la fixation du tableau de contrôle.

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  • Utilisez le côté plat d'un spudger pour retirer le cache de la baie du disque dur du boîtier inférieur.

  • Enlevez le cache de la baie du disque dur.

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  • Soulevez l'ensemble de carte mère hors du boîtier inférieur.

My Ps3 was a little different..

The rear backing plate is connected to the fan shroud beneath the unit that is screwed into the bottom of the case.. And these large chrome pieces attatched to the fan were stuck to the tray that the board is on. Came a part pretty rough, guessing the ps3 got so hot it turned the grease into glue lol

intotec239 - Réponse

If you already suspect you may have a slightly different PS3 model to the one pictured here STOP RIGHT NOW! Do not try and lift the motherboard off the lower casing if it is not coming easily. On mine, the cooling fan and heat sinks have extra screws directly into the lower plastic case and you will not be able to lift the motherboard out until after you have done Step 27. So skip this step, continue through the guide, skip 18-23 (you probably don't have a memory card reader). After unscrewing the 4 screws in Step 27, pull hard to separate the motherboard from the heat sinks (they will be attached with thermal paste like a glue). Only then will you be able to access the screws to separate the large fan and heat sinks from the plastic lower case.

Incidentally I totally smashed mine trying to get the lower case off here at step 15 - I broke the screws off, warped the metal on the heat sink and snapped pieces of plastic. But I continued and did the heat gun stuff and it still actually worked!!

Fat Albert - Réponse

  • Enlevez la vis cruciforme de 7.7 mm qui fixe la tresse de terre au châssis.

On my PS3 the ground wire(green/yellow) was actually routed under the bolt for the power supply, so I had to remove the power supply before I could removed the AC inlet

jorgebustos2254 - Réponse

  • Retirez légèrement les câbles d'entrée AC du boîtier arrière pour accéder au connecteur d'entrée AC.

  • Tout en appuyant sur son mécanisme de verrouillage, tirez sur le connecteur d'entrée AC afin de le débrancher de sa prise sur l'alimentation.

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  • Tirez la prise d'entrée AC hors du boîtier arrière, en prenant bien soin qu'aucun de ses câbles ne reste coincé.

I had to loosen the two screws on the perforated cover to get the ground wire out.

asciimo - Réponse

Had to remove 2 screws (the top 2 screws marked in step 25) to get the ground cable out.

deuxphoria - Réponse

Like @asciimo and @deuxphoria, I had to loosen the same two screws to get the ground wire out. When you're putting the PS3 back together and you're doing the steps in reverse, it helps to leave those two screws unscrewed during Step 25 and wait until you put the AC inlet back in Step 18.

hogurt - Réponse

You can put the 2 screws back in step 25, just put the AC Outlet before you put in the back plate. (Do Step 18 before step 19 when you are going in reverse)

xaviertaylor - Réponse

  • Tout en éloignant légèrement le cache arrière et la carte mère, utilisez l'extrémité plate d'un spudger pour libérer les clips le long des bords supérieurs et inférieurs du cache arrière.

If going in reverse do this step after step 18, otherwise you will have hard time getting the earth cable routed.

xaviertaylor - Réponse

  • Enlevez le cache arrière de la carte mère.

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Conclusion

Pour remonter votre appareil, suivez ces instructions dans l'ordre inverse.

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