Inleiding

This guide shows the process of removing the keyboard from the Dell Inspiron 15-7547.

  1. Close the display and flip the laptop on its back.
    • Close the display and flip the laptop on its back.

    • Loosen the ten 5.0 mm-long Phillips #0 screws.

      • The four screws marked with orange will remain captive to the cover.

  2. Pry the cover open with a plastic spudger   and remove it.
    • Pry the cover open with a plastic spudger and remove it.

    • Remove the five 5.0 mm-long Philips #0 screws that connect the battery to the case.

    • Lift the battery out of the case.

    • Disconnect the battery using the pull tab to pull towards the front of the chassis.

      • Most of the cable is attached to the case with adhesive, which may cause slight resistance.

    • Remove the four 5.0 mm-long Philips #0 screws connecting the hard drive to the chassis.

    • Disconnect the hard drive from the motherboard by placing your fingers at the back, and pulling forward towards the front of the chassis.

    • Lift the hard drive out of the chassis.

    • Remove the 3.0 mm-long Philips #0 screw at the end of the Wifi-Card

    • Remove the Wifi-Card from its socket by pulling away and up from the connector.

    • Disconnect the white and black cables from the Wifi-Card.

      • Make a note of which wire goes where for reconnecting them to the replacement card.

    • Orient the computer so that the hinge for the display facing away from you.

    • Start removing the speaker on the left by pushing the speaker in the direction of the tick mark on the 2 outer pegs, then upwards

      • The tick marks on the two marked pegs should indicate the speaker needs to be pushed towards the center of the front of the chassis.

    • Remove the left speaker by pushing the speaker in the direction of the tick mark on the center peg, then upwards

      • The tick mark should indicate towards the middle of the back of the chassis.

    • Remove the wire connecting the left speaker to the right speaker.

      • The wire is secured by small notches, be careful not to break these.

    • Start removing the right speaker by pushing the speaker in the direction of the tick marks on the 2 pegs closest to the front of the device, and then upwards.

      • These tick marks should indicate towards the middle of the back of the chassis.

    • Remove the right speaker by pushing in the direction of the tick mark on the final peg, and then upwards.

      • This tick mark should point towards the center of the right side of the chassis.

    • Remove the cable connecting the right speaker to the motherboard by pulling towards the front of the device.

    • Remove the two 5.0 mm-long Philips #0 screws from the fan.

      • The screw marked in orange will remain captive to the fan.

    • Disconnect the wire that connects the fan to the motherboard. This can be found under the flap directly to the left of the fan.

    • Lift the fan out of the chassis.

    • Remove the six 7.0 mm-long Philips #0 screws that mount the hinges.

    • Use a spudger to unlatch and unplug the display cable.

      • There will be a notch on the side of the connector.

    • Raise the left and right hinges.

    • Remove the LCD display assembly from the laptop.

    • Unlatch the ribbon cable by pulling the white release up.

      • If this proves to be difficult using your fingers, try a plastic spudger.

    • Hold the blue flap and pull to unplug the cable.

    • Unlatch black release on the ribbon cable.

    • Hold the blue flap to unplug the cable.

    • Unlatch the ribbon cable by pulling the black release up.

      • Unlike the others, this release is found at the back.

    • Hold the flap and unplug the cable.

    • Unlatch the ribbon cable by pulling the black release up.

      • Unlike the others this release is found at back.

    • Hold the blue flap and unplug the cable.

    • Unplug the DC jack cable.

    • Remove the seven 3.0 mm-long Philips #0 screws that secure the motherboard.

    • Remove the motherboard from the laptop.

    • Remove the five 2.0 mm-long Philips #00 screws from the metal back-plate.

    • Peal away the two plastic covers marked GPU fan and CPU fan.

      • If never previously removed, these covers should be removed very gently so as to not tear the plastic underneath.

    • Remove the twenty-two 2.0 mm-long Philips #00 screws that connect the keyboard to the chassis.

    • Lift the the keyboard from the chassis.

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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