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  1. Power off.
    • Power off.

    • Remove battery by pushing down the latch lock and sliding the latch to the left as shown.

    • With your finger nail pry the battery off at the indent for the latch lock.

  2. With battery removed take out the fan dust catcher (indicated by the red rectangle).
    • With battery removed take out the fan dust catcher (indicated by the red rectangle).

    • Using PH1 Philips screwdriver bit (indicated in third picture) remove the screws identified by the red circles.

    • Remove the RAM, fan, and hard drive covers.

    • Remove the hard drive. Now everything should look like picture two.

    • Remove expansion bay device. (battery, disk drive, weight saver)

    • Remove stylus pen.

    • Using PH1 bit remove the five indicated screws in the battery well.

      • All screws in this step are the same size and length.

    • Remove RAM.

    • Unplug system fan. (also indicated in picture two)

    • Using PH1 bit remove the 14 indicated screws on the base of the laptop, indicated by picture three.

      • All screws in this step are the same size and length.

    • Next we are going to remove the keyboard top, this gives access to the inside of the laptop.

    • There are three tabs on the keyboard cover that keep it attached. (indicated by picture one)

    • Picture two you can see them disconnected, using a finger nail or electronic case opener gently release the tab by applying outward force on the black plastic part of the case.

    • After unlatching the three tabs from the last step you should be able to remove the keyboard trim underneath the screen.

    • Apply gentle force around the edges to unhook any tabs and it should come right out.

    • With the tabs unlatched and the keyboard trim removed you should be able to easily pivot the keyboard cover as shown.

      • Be careful not to pull on the data cable still tethered to the motherboard.

    • Using a fingernail or spudger disconnect the trackpad/keyboard data cable, then set aside the keyboard cover.

      • Same connector style as the HDD cable.

    • Remove the data ribbon cable indicated.

      • Very gently using a fingernail or small spudger lift up on the dark plastic part of the ZIF connectors. (illustrated in pictures two and three)

      • After unlatching both locks you can lift up on the cable and set it to the side.

    • Next we are removing the EMI shield attached to the motherbaord.

    • Shown in picture two if you release this one tab the cover pivots right off.

    • Disconnect the speakers.

      • This is a different connector than I've seen before, on these you lift up vertically as indicated in picture two.

    • Next we are removing the USB and audio board. The blue circle is indicated where the only screw is, use your trust PH1 bit.

    • Use a fingernail or spudger to lift up the board as shown before pulling it out.

    • Disconnect the indicated side of the ribbon data cable.

      • Same connector as step 10.

    • Disconnect the indicated side of the ribbon data cable.

      • Same kind of connector as step 10 & 14.

      • Remove the wifi antennas. (picture one)

      • Remove the display, touch, and backlight connectors from the motherboard as indicated in pictures two and three.

    • After disconnecting the display connections we are ready to unscrew the display mount screws.

      • Use the trusty PH1 bit to take out the 4 screws indicated in picture one.

    • You can now lift out the display assembly, 2 antennas and 3 cables will be attached to it. Set it aside.

      • Remove the 9 screws indicated in picture 1 with PH1 bit.

      • Pivot the motherboard up from the front as indicated in picture 2.

    • Next we must disconnect the power plug from the motherboard before we can remove it.

      • This connector is the same style as from step 12.

      • Now you can remove the motherboard and set it aside on an anti-static bag or surface.

        • The motherboard is very sensitive so handle it with care by only touching the edges of the board and make sure you are properly grounded to ensure no ESD occurs.

      • Heatsink is very inadequate, which is why this laptop gets noticeably high temperatures.

      • Board appears to be well designed and made to the highest of quality standards.

      • Thermal paste appears to be gooped on but applying an alternative had no significant advantages.

    • All the screws categorized.

    • Correction: Battery well not keyboard well.


Lid sinds: 22-02-14

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Thanks for posting this..

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