The GE Basic Drive Terminal Board DS200STBAG1 provides connection points for I/O signals. The DS200STBAG1 is easy to replace if a malfunction occurs. Always remove power to the drive. Failure to do so might cause damage to the drive and it might create a safety hazard if you attempt to touch the board. Also, you must disconnect all cables from the board. A procedure must be followed to remove ribbon cables because they are fragile. Use one hand each to hold the connector on the ribbon cable and one hand to hold the connector on the board. Carefully pull the connectors apart.
For other cables that feature tabs, pull the tab to release the cable. To remove connectors CPxPL, YxxPL, CIxPL, press down on the latch that locks the connectors in place and pull out the connector. Terminal board connectors are held in place with screws. Remove the screws and pull out each signal wire individually.
To remove the board, hold the board with two hands and gently pull out the board. Be careful not to touch the side of the cabinet with the board or touch against any other boards or metal structures in the cabinet.
Note the jumper setting on the old board and carefully transfer them to the new board. Note that if the replacement board is a newer model, the components on the board might be in different locations and the board might have different components. How ever, compatibility is maintained between the older and newer versions.