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# Nokia Siemens Networks

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Contents

Contents
Contents 3
Summary of changes in Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA
BTS 5
1

Performing routine maintenance tasks 7

2

Disconnecting cables 9

3
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4

Replacing module fans 13
Replacing module fans from the back 13
Replacing module fans from the front 15
Replacing sheet metal fan carrier 18
Replacing plastic fan carrier 25

4
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.4.1
4.4.2

Replacing modules 35
Replacing RF Module 35
Replacing System Module 38
Replacing transmission sub-module 41
Replacing FPMA power sub-modules 45
Replacing AC/DC sub-module (FPAA) 45
Replacing battery sub-modules (FPBA) 50

5
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) 55
Replacing module fans from the rear (FMSA) 55
Removing the back plate filter plate (FMSA) 58
Removing the door filter plate (FMSA) 63
Replacing the mounting shield door (FMSA) 66

6
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U (FMSB) 71
Replacing module fans from the rear (FMSB) 71
Removing the back plate filter plate (FMSB) 74
Removing the door filter plate (FMSB) 79
Replacing the mounting shield door (FMSB) 82

7
7.1
7.2

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 87
Replacing RF Module fans in the single rack 87
Replacing System Module fans in the dual rack 93

8

Replacing Flexi System External Alarm Module (FSEB) 101

9

HW replacement/upgrade 103

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The Purpose text in section Replacing transmission sub-module edited. the latest document issue contains all changes made to previous issues. Therefore.Summary of changes in Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Summary of changes in Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Changes between document issues are cumulative. Changes between issues 4-0 and 5-0 A warning added to section Disconnecting cables. A caution added to section Replacing System Module. Section Replacing Flexi System External Alarm Module (FSEB) added. Section Replacing transmission sub-module updated with information on the FTJA transmission sub-module. Changes between issues 3-0 and 4-0 Section Replacing sheet metal fan carrier added. Section Replacing plastic fan carrier added. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 5 (104) . Changes between issues 5-0 and 5-1 Section number removed from section Summary of changes in Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS. A note added to section Replacing battery sub-modules (FPBA).

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 6 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

Check the fans and air circulation.Performing routine maintenance tasks 1 Performing routine maintenance tasks Purpose Perform these steps during normal site visits to ensure that the base station stays in good condition. 2. Check the screws. The Flexi BTS design itself is maintenance-free and therefore has no specified regular maintenance intervals. clean the fans of leaves and debris and free air inlets and outlets of obstructions to maintain proper air circulation and prevent overheating of the BTS. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 7 (104) . Steps 1. 3. When needed. 4. Replace worn or broken seals. Keep the BTS environment clean of dust. Check the connector seals visually. Replace all damaged or missing screws. Check the tightness of the module fixing screws. Check the connector seals. Check the antenna line and transmission cable connectors.

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changing configurations. 2.Disconnecting cables 2 Disconnecting cables Purpose Disconnecting cables may be needed when. for example. Remove any cable ties. recommissioning or replacing modules. The optical STM-1 transmission sub-module (FTOA) has no automatic laser shutdown (ALS) feature. Warning Danger of eye damage caused by an invisible laser beam. Caution Optical fibre cables are fragile. Detach the cable connector seal from the module mechanics. Make sure that the laser is switched off before removing the cable. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 9 (104) . Steps 1. Be careful when disconnecting any cables. Grip the connector seal by the stiffened end of the seal (the end connected to the connector) as shown in the following figure.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS DN70396644 3. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 10 (104) Hold the cable with one hand and pull the seal backwards with your other hand so that the connector is exposed.

push the locking clips all the way down and pull simultaneously. If you are disconnecting an optical transceiver. If you are disconnecting an optical cable or a power cable. # Nokia Siemens Networks 11 (104) . 6. and the power cable has locking clips on either side of the connector.Disconnecting cables 3 DN70263196 4. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 5. first turn the locking ring into a horizontal position and then pull the optical transceiver out. Pull the connector out carefully. The optical cable has a locking clip on the top of the connector.

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Replace a faulty unit as soon as possible. the fans can also be replaced from the front. Before you start Warning Risk of personal injury. See Replacing module fans from the front for more detailed instructions. If there is not enough space for replacing the fans from the back. Do not touch the fans.1 Replacing module fans from the back Purpose If a module fan fails.Replacing module fans 3 Replacing module fans 3. Replacing the fan from the back of the module requires a back access and the minimum 200 mm maintenance space behind the BTS. it must be replaced with a new one. Caution The modules may be damaged if operated for a long time in the upper ambient temperature range. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 13 (104) .

Shutting down is the recommended option. Detach the module back cover. 4.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Summary 3 4 6 5 DN7037822 Figure 1. if necessary. Replacing module fan from the back Steps 1. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . It is also possible to replace the fans during operation. Disconnect the fan cables. 14 (104) 2. Connect the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and then to the plinth. 3. Shut down the module.

3. The module core can be pulled out without dismounting the module stack. Remove the fan plate. it must be replaced with a new one. 6. see Replacing System Module for instructions how to remove the module core from the casing. Install the new fan plate and connect the fan cable. see Replacing RF Module for instructions how to remove the module core from the casing. Modules can be replaced from the front of the base station by pulling out the module core. # Nokia Siemens Networks 15 (104) . 2. Replace a faulty unit as soon as possible. Detach the screws and the fan plate from the module core. Disconnect the module front panel cables. Make sure that the IP sealing is in place. Do not rest the core on the fans. 7. Caution The fans may break if the module core rests on the fans when it is out of the casing. If you are replacing a System Module fan. If you are replacing an RF Module fan. Steps DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 1.Replacing module fans 5. Replacing module fans from the front Purpose If a module fan fails. 8. 3. Before you start Caution The modules may be damaged if operated for a long time in the upper ambient temperature range.2 Reinstall the module back cover.

7. 6. 5. Disconnect the fan cables.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 4 Loosen the screws 5 6 7 3 DN7089078 16 (104) 4. Detach module fixing screws. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Pull out the module core from the casing. Loosen the cable entry screws and remove the cable entries.

Make sure that the IP sealing is properly in place. 9. Install the new fan plate sub-assembly to the fan carrier. # Nokia Siemens Networks 17 (104) . Remove the fan plate sub-assembly from the fan carrier. 11. 10. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Insert the core in the module casing. Connect the fan cable.Replacing module fans 7 8 DN70264577 8.

Reroute and coil up the cabling. 18 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Make sure that the LED is lit. 16.3 Replacing sheet metal fan carrier Purpose The fan carrier must be replaced when it is damaged. 13. and that the fan is rotating and nothing is obstructing it. Tighten the screws to 5 Nm. 14. Connect the cables to the module front panel. Fix the core to the casing with screws. 3.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 12 Tighten the screws 13 11 18 14 DN70264647 12. 15. Install cable entries. Turn the power back on.

Cut the cable ties holding the fan cable and detach the connector.Replacing module fans Steps 1. 3. Disconnect the fan cables. # Nokia Siemens Networks 19 (104) . Remove the fan plate sub-assembly from the fan carrier. 1 2 DN70380196 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 2.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 3 DN70421167 4. Press the two latches on the top of the connection sink and pull upwards. Detach the connection sink from the fan carrier. 20 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

Replacing module fans 4 DN70264611 5. 5 DN70421213 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 21 (104) . Rotate the connection sink slightly and pull it out.

Install the fan carrier to the module core. Fix with four M4 screws. 6 6 6 DN70264589 7. Tighten to 2.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 6.2 Nm. 22 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Detach the fan carrier screws (4 x M4) and the fan carrier from the module core.

Replacing module fans 7 7 7 DN70264592 8. # Nokia Siemens Networks 23 (104) . DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Install the connection sink to the new fan carrier.

Connect the connector and fix with a cable tie. 9 DN70421237 24 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 8 DN70264623 9.

4 Connect the fan cable. 3. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Disconnect the fan cables. Fix with four M5 screws.Replacing module fans 10.0 Nm. 11 10 DN70380215 11. Tighten to 3. Install the new fan plate sub-assembly to the fan carrier. Steps 1. # Nokia Siemens Networks 25 (104) . Replacing plastic fan carrier Purpose The fan carrier must be replaced when it is damaged.

Detach the fan plate sub-assembly from the fan carrier. 3.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 2 1 3 DN70403952 26 (104) 2. Cut the cable tie from the back. 4. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Cut the cable ties.

Replacing module fans 4 5 DN70422021 5. Detach the connection sink from the fan carrier. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 27 (104) . Detach the connector from the back. Press the two latches on the top of the connection sink and pull upwards. 6.

28 (104) Rotate the connection sink slightly and pull it out. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 6 DN70422033 7.

DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Detach the fan carrier screws (4 x M4) and the fan carrier from the module core. # Nokia Siemens Networks 29 (104) .Replacing module fans 7 DN70422045 8.

Install the fan carrier to the module core. Tighten to 1. 30 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .0 Nm.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 8 8 8 DN70422824 9. Fix with four M4 screws.

Replacing module fans 9 9 9 DN70422848 10. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Install the connection sink to the new fan carrier. # Nokia Siemens Networks 31 (104) .

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 32 (104) Connect the connector.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 10 DN70422875 11.

0 Nm. Apply plastic friendly adhesive (or thread locking compound) over the screws before installing the fans. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 33 (104) . Install the new fan plate sub-assembly to the fan carrier. 13.Replacing module fans 12 11 DN70422945 12. Tighten the screws to 1. Fix with a cable tie.

15. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Fix the fan cable with cable ties.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 14 15 13 DN70422921 34 (104) 14. Connect the fan cable.

the RF Module core must be replaced with a new one. Depending on the failure type. The module core can be pulled out from the casing and replaced without dismounting the module stack. it is recommended that the module is run down with Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager. Before you start The RF Module core can be replaced without shutting down the BTS. Summary DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 35 (104) .1 Replacing RF Module Purpose If an RF Module fails and you have done troubleshooting. the System Module and the remaining RF Modules remain functional during the operation.Replacing modules 4 Replacing modules 4.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 7 Loosen the screws 8 6 5 9 Tighten the screws 12 10 14 DN7037776 Figure 2. 36 (104) Replacing RF Module # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

Warning The module is heavy. Take care when lifting the module.Replacing modules Steps 1. Detach the module fixing screws. Do not remove the module core until it has cooled down. Caution Optical fibre cables and cable connectors are sensitive. Loosen the screws and remove the module front cover (if installed). 4. Run down the faulty RF Module with Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager. Pull aside all the cabling routed in front of the RF Module to be replaced. 11. Switch off the faulty RF Module fuse on the System Module front panel. 6. 3. Loosen the cable entry screws and remove the cable entries. Keep optical fibre cables and cable connectors clean. 2. 7. Pull out the module core from the casing. 5. Disconnect the cables on the RF Module front panel. Fix the core to the casing with screws and tighten to 5 Nm. Warning The module core is hot. Insert the new core in the module casing. # Nokia Siemens Networks 37 (104) . Connect the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and then to the plinth. 9. if any. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 10. 8.

Summary 38 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . For further information. b. all required SW licence files must be reallocated from the NetAct Licence Management application. Take a commissioning file backup before replacing the module. Replacing System Module Purpose If the System Module fails. Install the optical transceiver to the RF Module. 16. Connect the antenna cables. c.2 12. Connect the optical cable. see Licence management in Base Station Description. When the System Module is replaced. 15. Install the cable entries and tighten the screws. 13. Push the connector seals firmly in place. Connect the cables to the RF Module front panel as instructed in the Cabling the BTS and Creating Configurations document. 17. The module core can be pulled out from the casing and replaced without dismounting the module stack. a. Reroute and coil up the cabling. Commission the BTS with Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager. the module core must be replaced with a new one. Before you start The BTS must be shut down when the System Module is replaced.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 4. 18. 14. Connect the internal power cable. Switch on the RF Module fuse on the System Module front panel.

Replacing modules 7 Loosen the screws 8 10 6 9 16 Tighten the screws 15 18 13 12 14 DN7038042 Figure 3. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Replacing System Module # Nokia Siemens Networks 39 (104) .

40 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 2.and V48RTN+ according to the markings on the cable. If you have the front panel cover installed Then loosen the screws and remove the module front panel cover. Connect the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and then to the plinth. Shut down the BTS by pulling out the four fuses on the RF Module. 12. Connect the wires to the V48N. Pull the module core out of the casing. 4. Disconnect the DC power mains breaker. 13. Disconnect the power cable. 10. Loosen the cable entry screws and remove the cable entries. Detach the module fixing screws. Install the transmission sub-module to the new module core. Make sure that the FCM-FTM connection card is in place at the new module core. For additional information on how to uninstall and install the transmission sub-module. 6. see Replacing transmission sub-module. Disconnect the cables in the System Module front panel. 3. 9. Check that the polarity is correct. 7. 11. Connect the power cable to the System Module (FPFA) of the new module core.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Steps 1. 8. Block the BTS with the Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager. Uninstall the transmission sub-module. 5.

3 14. Connect the cables to the System Module front panel.Replacing modules Caution Risk of power supply failure and. Install the optical transceivers to the System Module. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 41 (104) . 19. Take a commissioning file backup before replacing the module. Check that the polarity is correct according to the markings on the cable. 4. A faulty FTIA or FTJA transmission sub-module must be returned to NSN Hardware Services (HWS) without the SFP transceiver units. Reroute and coil up the cabling. Restart and commission the BTS. Reinsert the four fuses on the RF module and switch on the DC mains power. 22. Fix the core to the casing with screws and tighten to 5 Nm. Replacing transmission sub-module Purpose If the transmission sub-module fails. 16. the transmission sub-module needs to be replaced with a new one. 21. It is recommended that the transmission sub-module be replaced in dry and clean conditions. or the transmission sub-module type changes. Before you start The BTS must be shut down when the transmission sub-module is replaced. 18. Insert the new core in the module casing. of short circuit. Push the connector seals firmly in place. Install the cable entries and tighten the screws. 15. 20. in rare cases. 17.

42 (104) Replacing transmission sub-module # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Summary 8 Loosen the screws 9 11 6 10 18 15 Tighten the screws 17 13 16 12 check that the connector is straight DN7089081 Figure 4.

9. 15. Loosen the cable entry screws and remove the cable entries. 5. Block the BTS with Nokia WCDMA BTS Site Manager. Disconnect the transmission cables. Connect the ESD wrist strap to your wrist and then to the plinth. Disconnect the DC power mains breaker. If your transmission sub-module is FTOA. 4. 6. 13. 2. Make sure that the FCM-FTM connection card is in place at the new module core. 12. and push the sub-module in place. Disconnect the power cable. Disconnect the cables on the System Module front panel (if needed). If you have the front panel cover installed Then loosen the screws and remove the module front panel cover. Pull out the module core from the casing. 3. Detach the module fixing screws. Shut down the BTS by pulling out the four fuses on the RF Module. Align the new transmission sub-module with the two guide pins in the System Module.Replacing modules Steps 1. 7. 14. Loosen the 4 x M5 screws and detach the transmission submodule. 10. Then install the optical transceiver (delivered with the new unit). Check that the FCM-FTM connection card on the System Module is straight. 8. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 43 (104) . 11.

22. Make sure that there is no dust or other dirt on the optical connector. do not bend them to a radius smaller than the minimum radius of 75 mm (3 inches). 18. 44 (104) 23. see Ethernet Interface Operating Mode in the Nokia Flexi WCDMA BTS Description document. Restart and reconfigure the BTS. Reconnect the disconnected cables to the System Module front panel (if needed). Install the cable entries and tighten the screws. 24. Push the connector seals firmly in place. 19. 21.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 16. If using optical cables. Insert the module core inside the module casing. 25. 17. Fix the core to the casing with screws and tighten to 5 Nm. move the optical transceiver (SFP module) from the old unit to the new unit or replace the transceiver with a new one (not included in the delivery). If necessary. 20. Reinsert the four fuses on the RF Module and switch on the DC mains power. clean up the connector with special optical cleaner. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . For specifications of suitable SFP modules. Reconnect the disconnected transmission cables. If your transmission sub-module is FTIA or FTJA Then in case you use an optical GE interface. Fix the transmission sub-module with 4 x M5 screws and tighten to 4 Nm.

Remove the FPMA module front cover.4. Switch off the power from the stand-by switch.4 Replacing FPMA power sub-modules 4. However.Replacing modules 4. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Pull out the AC terminal plate. there can still be hazardous voltage in case batteries are used. 2. Remove the ingress protection plate.1 Replacing AC/DC sub-module (FPAA) Before you start It is recommended that power is switched off from the AC mains breaker. Loosen 3 Detach DN70142401 4. Steps 1. 3. # Nokia Siemens Networks 45 (104) .

6 6 DN70142425 7.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5 4 DN70142413 5. 46 (104) Disconnect the DC cable. Disconnect the alarm cable. if used. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Disconnect the AC cable of the faulty FPAA. 6.

8 DN70142449 9. # Nokia Siemens Networks 47 (104) .Replacing modules 7 DN70142437 8. Remove the FPAA screws (2 pcs). DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Replace the FPAA with a new one.

11. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 11a DN70142476 b. Re-connect the AC cables. Fix the screws.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 10 9 DN70142452 10. 48 (104) Re-connect the alarm cables. Re-connect the cables. a.

11c DN70142491 Make sure that the LED is yellow at this point. 12. # Nokia Siemens Networks 49 (104) . Re-connect the DC cables.Replacing modules 11b DN70142488 c. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Re-install the ingress protection plate.

Replacing battery sub-modules (FPBA) Before you start The FPBA is a Lithium-Ion battery and its transportation is classified as dangerous. Therefore only an approved brand-new UN class 9 package can be used for transportation of the FPBA unit. contact the Nokia Siemens Networks Service Center for assistance. it cannot be transported at all. Make sure that the LED is stable green.2 Install the FPMA module front cover. Turn on the unit by pushing the power switch for one second. An approved package can be ordered from the Nokia Siemens Networks Service Center. 50 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Note Transport the Flexi Power Battery sub-module (FPBA) unit according to the International Dangerous Goods Requirements (DGR) regulations. An opened package cannot be used any more. If there are any visible damages in the FPBA unit.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Tighten 12 Fix the screw DN70142507 13.4. In that case. 14. 4.

Replacing modules Steps 1. Remove the FPMA module front cover. 4 DN70142776 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 51 (104) . Switch off the power from the FPBA stand-by switch. if used. Disconnect the alarm cable. 2. Disconnect the DC cable from the faulty FPBA. 3 DN70142764 4. 3.

5 DN70142791 6. Replace the FPBA with a new one. Remove the FPBA screws (2 pcs). 7 6 DN70142822 52 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5.

Re-connect the DC cable. 8.Replacing modules 7. 8a DN70142846 b. Re-connect the alarm cable. a. Fix the screws. Re-connect the cables. 8b DN70143003 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 53 (104) .

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Make sure that the LED is yellow at this point. the LED is stable green. 54 (104) Install the FPMA module front cover. Once the FPBA is fully charged (approx. 8 hours). # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 9. The LED is blinking slowly green as the FPBA goes into the charging mode. Turn on the unit by pushing the power switch for one second. 10.

For instructions. Steps 1.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) 5 5. the fans can be replaced from the front by removing the module cores. If there is no back access. see Replacing module fans from the front in the Maintaining the Stand-alone Base Station document.1 Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) Replacing module fans from the rear (FMSA) Purpose Module fans can be replaced from the rear. # Nokia Siemens Networks 55 (104) . DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Loosen the back plate screws (4 pcs).

Replace the module fan plate assembly.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Front side 1 2 DN70324283 2. For instructions. 3. 56 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . see Replacing module fans from the back in the Maintaining the Stand-alone Base Station document. Remove the back plate by sliding it sideways.

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) 3 DN70324295 4. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Fix the back plate back in place. # Nokia Siemens Networks 57 (104) .

the filter plate must be removed. In that case.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Front side 5 4 DN70324314 5. Steps 1. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .2 Fix the screws. 5. 58 (104) Loosen the back plate screws (4 pcs). Removing the back plate filter plate (FMSA) Purpose The space between the back plate and filter plate may require cleaning.

# Nokia Siemens Networks 59 (104) . Remove the back plate by sliding it sideways.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) Front side 1 2 DN70324283 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 2. 3. Loosen the screws (4 pcs) holding the filter plate.

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 60 (104) Clean out the space between the back plate and filter plate.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 3 3 DN70324232 4.

DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Fix the filter plate back in place.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) 4 DN70324244 5. # Nokia Siemens Networks 61 (104) .

62 (104) Reinsert the back plate. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5 5 DN70324268 6.

# Nokia Siemens Networks 63 (104) .3 Fix the back plate screws. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Loosen the screws (4 pcs) holding the filter plate. In that case. Removing the door filter plate (FMSA) Purpose The space between the door and filter plate may require cleaning. 5. the filter plate must be removed.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) Front side 7 6 DN70324353 7. Steps 1.

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 64 (104) Clean out the space between the door and filter plate.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 1 1 DN70334752 2.

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) 2 DN70334776 3. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Fix the filter plate back in place. # Nokia Siemens Networks 65 (104) .

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Disconnect the grounding cable from the door.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 3 DN70334791 5. 2.4 Replacing the mounting shield door (FMSA) Purpose If the mounting shield door is damaged. it has to be replaced. Remove the hinge pins (2 pcs). Steps 66 (104) 1.

4. Install the new door. 5. Remove the door. # Nokia Siemens Networks 67 (104) . Remove the hinges from the door side and insert them on the new door.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 6U (FMSA) 1 3 2 DN70324665 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 3.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5 DN70324689 6. Push the hinge pins at least halfway down the slot. The tips of the hinge pins must point downwards. Insert the hinge pins. 68 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

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Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U
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Replacing module fans from the rear (FMSB)
Purpose
Module fans can be replaced from the rear. If there is no back access, the
fans can be replaced from the front by removing the module cores. For
instructions, see Replacing module fans from the front in the Maintaining
the Stand-alone Base Station document.

Steps
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Remove the back plate by sliding it upwards. 3. For instructions. 72 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Front side 2 1 1 DN70317739 2. see Replacing module fans from the back in the Maintaining the Stand-alone Base Station document. Replace the module fan plate assembly.

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Fix the screws.

Removing the back plate filter plate (FMSB)
Purpose
The space between the back plate and filter plate may require cleaning. In
that case, the filter plate must be removed.

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# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 76 (104) Clean out the space between the back plate and filter plate.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 3 3 DN70318329 4.

DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Fix the filter plate back in place.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U (FMSB) 4 DN70318344 5. # Nokia Siemens Networks 77 (104) .

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5 5 DN70318368 6. 78 (104) Reinsert the back plate.

DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 79 (104) . 6. the filter plate must be removed.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U (FMSB) Front side 7 6 7 DN70318383 7. In that case.3 Fix the back plate screws. Removing the door filter plate (FMSB) Purpose The space between the door and filter plate may require cleaning.

Loosen the screws (6 pcs) holding the filter plate. 1 1 DN70334701 2.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS Steps 1. 80 (104) Clean out the space between the door and filter plate. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Fix the filter plate back in place.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U (FMSB) 2 DN70334713 3. # Nokia Siemens Networks 81 (104) .

Steps 82 (104) 1. 2. Remove the hinge pins (2 pcs).Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 3 3 DN70334725 6. it has to be replaced. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Disconnect the grounding cable from the door.4 Replacing the mounting shield door (FMSB) Purpose If the mounting shield door is damaged.

Remove the hinges from the door side and insert them on the new door. # Nokia Siemens Networks 83 (104) .Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U (FMSB) 3 2 1 DN70318395 DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 3. Remove the door. Install the new door. 5. 4.

Push the hinge pins at least halfway down the slot.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5 DN70318426 6. The tips of the hinge pins must point downwards. Insert the hinge pins. 84 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

# Nokia Siemens Networks 85 (104) . DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Connect the grounding cable.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Shield 18U (FMSB) 6 7 DN70318438 7.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 86 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Disconnect the cables.1 Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) Replacing RF Module fans in the single rack Steps 1. # Nokia Siemens Networks 87 (104) .Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 7 7.

Detach the fan cable. 3. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . Pull out the module core and insert the connector seals.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 1 2 DN70244137 88 (104) 2.

# Nokia Siemens Networks 89 (104) .Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 3 DN70244149 4. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Pull out the single rack.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 4 5 DN70244164 90 (104) 5. Replace the fans. Remove the partition plate. 6. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

8. Reinstall the rack. Reinstall the partition plate.Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 6 7 DN70244113 7. Fix with six screws. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 # Nokia Siemens Networks 91 (104) .

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 8 9 DN70244125 92 (104) 9. 10. Reinsert the module core. Connect the fan cable. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 11 10 DN70244176 11. # Nokia Siemens Networks 93 (104) . DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Disconnect the cables.2 Connect the cables. 7. Replacing System Module fans in the dual rack Steps 1.

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 1 DN70253237 2. 94 (104) Pull out the module core and insert the connector seals.

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 2 DN70253252 3. # Nokia Siemens Networks 95 (104) . DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Pull out the dual rack.

# Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 3 DN70253264 4. 96 (104) Replace the fans.

# Nokia Siemens Networks 97 (104) .Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 4 DN70253288 5. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Reinstall the rack.

98 (104) Reinsert the module core.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 5 DN70253291 6. # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

Maintaining Flexi Mounting Kit Vertical 2G (FMUA) 6 DN70253252 7. DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 Connect the cables. # Nokia Siemens Networks 99 (104) .

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 7 DN70253346 100 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

5. # Nokia Siemens Networks 101 (104) . Check that jumper X1103 is set to WCDMA. Disconnect the cables on the module. The alarms will be cancelled once you have replaced the module. replace the module with a new one. Pull out the module. Steps DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 1. 6.Replacing Flexi System External Alarm Module (FSEB) 8 Replacing Flexi System External Alarm Module (FSEB) Purpose If a module fails and you have carried out troubleshooting. When replacing the Flexi System External Alarm Module (FSEB). Install the new module. 3. Loosen the screws on the module. Connect the cables. Connect the ESD wrist strap. 4. some alarms may be seen (depending on user-defined settings). 2. 7.

Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 102 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 .

3. A Pool substitute request file including a reason code is generated by using the NetActTM Network Licence Manager application. # Nokia Siemens Networks 103 (104) . copies of the old licence files must be redistributed to the network element. Pool substitute process Pool substitute process releases the licence files that were tied to a broken Target Identifier back to the pool for further usage. RF Module) that does not store the licence files and does not contain the target identifier of the network element is swapped.HW replacement/upgrade 9 HW replacement/upgrade Licence files are tied to certain target identifiers of network elements. If a unit (for instance. Changing a transmission sub-module does not affect licensing. If a unit that stores the licence files is swapped. If a unit that contains the target identifier of the network element is swapped. . Substitute request file is imported to the Nokia Licence Generator. The pool substitute process includes the following steps: DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 1. See the following steps if System Module is broken. Pool Substitute Permission File is created with the Nokia Licence Generator. 2. Broken HW may have an impact on the licence files depending on whether the unit stores the licence files or the target identifier of the network element: . . new licence files must be created and distributed to the network element. there is no impact on the licences. The old licences are not needed anymore and can be released back to the pool by using the pool substitute process. Licence pools have to be always available so that new licences files can be delivered to the NE immediately when HW has been replaced.

104 (104) # Nokia Siemens Networks DN7037846 Issue 5-1 en 31/10/2008 . 5. Pool Substitute Permission File is imported to the NetActTM Cluster of the broken HW. Licences related to the broken HW are released. The same substitute processes are also applied in case of a typing error in target identifier information in NetActTM (that is. a wrong target for the licence is selected). The broken HW and error cases are separated by reason codes in the NetActTM Network Licence Manager application as well as in the files that are generated in the NetActTM Regional Cluster and delivered to LG.Maintaining the Stand-alone Flexi WCDMA BTS 4.