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Teardown of the D-Link NAS DNS-323.

Fairly easy to open.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your D-Link DNS-323, use our service manual.

  1. The DNS-323 is a powerful NAS with Gigabit Ethernet, print server and extension via software. It can have a FTP server, DHCP, and even Bittorrent!
    • The DNS-323 is a powerful NAS with Gigabit Ethernet, print server and extension via software. It can have a FTP server, DHCP, and even Bittorrent!

      • This is my first disassembling, please be patient, correct my grammar mistakes if you find some.

      • This was pretty easy, nothing compared to iPods or Macs.

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  2. First thing first remove the frontal part by sliding it up and pulling out.
    • First thing first remove the frontal part by sliding it up and pulling out.

      • You will be able to see the hard disks.

    • By the way, the DNS-323 can support up to 3TB of disk space with the new firmware update. That's 1.5TB per disk! Could you imagine such capacity twenty years ago?

    • Now it's time to remove the Hard Disks.

    • BE CAREFUL, when handling these parts do not touch the circuits, do not shock, and do not let your dog play with them. I'm serious, this could lead into data loss.

      • At the back of the DNS, pull out the two little levers to make the hard drives come out.

      • Gently put them in a safe place until the whole unit is reassembled.

    • The drives are order-specific! Remember if they were right or left, otherwise you will be prompted with a message when accessing the NAS after reassembly.

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    • Remove the frontal part.

      • There are two screws; remove them with a cross screwdriver.

      • Pull off the little sheet of metal that's covering the front.

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    • Now it's time to open the rear.

      • Locate the four rubber caps which cover the screws, then remove them with a flat screwdriver.

      • Remove the screws.

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    • Take off the rear and unscrew the next four screw showed in the picture.

    • These screws are hard! Pay attention not to strip them!

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    • Pull the board to make it slide out of the case.

    • The board is quite simple, a little ARM-based computer mounting Linux. (is it?). The condensers are mostly for power supply, doubled because of the two HDDs.

      • Remove two more screws under the circuit.

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    • Time to remove the iron part.

      • Pull out the fan wire. If you need you can use a flat screwdriver, paying attention not to break it.

      • It's time to detach the SATA adapters with the fan, so you can contemplate the main circuit.

    • Don't remove the battery as this could lead to time loss, some basic (board-level) settings, and unwanted resets.

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    • Now all about the chips

      • The first chip looks like a flash memory for the ROM, or the random memory for the OS, there are two of them; Labelled 921EA C HY5DU56 1622FTP-043 Made in Korea NWFM136SAG3

      • Marvell 88F8152-A2 "Feroceon(r)" Storage Networking SoC (System-on-Chip)

      • A 12 to 24 bit multiplexed D-type latch marked 94CJNQK ALVCH162260 , see more there -->

      • Eon SiliconSolution Inc EN29LV640B-90TIP 64Mbit Flash memory

    The purple boxed chip is a 12 to 24 bit multiplexed D-type latch: http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/pr...

    Probably the address buffer for the NOR flash allowing a large device to be mapped into a small address window.

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    Quote from Hugo:

    The purple boxed chip is a 12 to 24 bit multiplexed D-type latch: http://focus.ti.com/docs/prod/folders/pr...

    Probably the address buffer for the NOR flash allowing a large device to be mapped into a small address window.

    Thank you, corrections have been added to the guide!

    Mc128k - Ответить

    • Last chip... Marvell Alaska 88E1111 single-port GbE transceiver. Markings: 88E1111-BAB1 6MAE490301.4 0914 B2P Taiwan

    • Remove the last screws.

      • That's not useful unless you want to replace the fan; six screws keep the two SATA connectors and...

      • ...four tapping screws hold the fan.

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    • That'all folks! The DNS-323 is now disassembled. If you want to put things back just follow this guide backwards!

      • Guide made by Mc128k.

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Mc128k

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Thank you so much! It's only my first guide, but I'm going to post fun stuff lately!

Please always watch for grammar mistakes!

Mc128k - Ответить

Very nice teardown. The pictures were very clear unlike my iPhone dock tear down. I'm making another teardown today. Keep up the good work Mc128k! :)

Nicholas Ouimet - Ответить

Yes, that's PER disk, thank you.

Mc128k - Ответить

I'm having to buy a replacement power supply for my DNS-323. Do you know the pinout set up for it?

Dave - Ответить

I need to know what the value of C111 is. It blew up when i had a lightning strike

n9mbr - Ответить

Did you ever get an answer on the value of C111 of the DNS-323? I am having a similar problem right now! Francis

FrancisF -

Question I have a 323 that all i get is a blue blinking light and its not the network one. Need help

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