Teardowns I've Worked On
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- I have a HP desktop running Vista 32bit. The printer has stopped working. The printer is fine and so is the USB cable. I have...
- My trusty iPhone has developed an annoying habit of rebooting every few minutes - happens while the phone is in use, on charg...
- I have not been able to pair my iPhone to my laptop (personal hotspot) Even if I have BT turned on the iPhone does not see th...
- My Dishwasher just popped up this error on the display. Suspect it's a temp error but haven't yet located any details on it.
- I have done a full reset/restore on an iPod and it shows up in iTunes as 'iPod" with nothing on it as I expected. When I look...
- I have an HP elitebook 6930p running XP pro. It came with 2G installed RAM and I have now installed another 2G module - exact...
- I have removed the LCD panel to repair the CCFL. While I await delivery of the CCFL is it safe to fire up the system w/o the ...
- My Intel Mac has died! No video or back-light. I get the start up chime and the HDD sounds like it is doing something. Diag L...
- My iMac CPU fan runs on high all the time. I have done the usual SMC. PRAM resets with no luck. I have tested the fan and the...
- If the back light is staying on its not the inverter so that suggests the display cable. Try reseating the cable - it may help Installing MacBook Core 2 Duo Display Data Cable
- Worth contacting the manufacturer. They may have options for you. Will cost you but perhaps less than new mobo.
- Have a look at THIS post. Mayer is onto something... HIH
- I don't think your idea would be possible - IIRC the case has significant differences compared to the GSM model so trying to shoe horn a GSM board etc into the case will likely not work.
- There are many reports of bad speakers on this phone. EDITED/AMENDED The parts you linked are not likely original so they may not perform as well. repairing the speaker is not a practicable option IMO. TEARDOWN To me and based on the tear down, the speaker assembly looks like it will only come out if you disassemble the device.
- You may need to do a factory reset to get pas this but it will mean you loose all your data FACTORY RESET 1) Remove the battery, wait for a few seconds, then reinsert the battery. 2) Press and hold the VOLUME DOWN button, and then briefly press the POWER button. 3) Wait for the screen with the three Android images to appear, and then release the VOLUME DOWN button. 4) Press VOLUME DOWN to select FACTORY RESET, and then press the POWER button. HIH
- THIS MANUAL may assist you. page 9 states Suzuki CCI Super 2-cycle motor lubricant or equivalent good quality synthetic based 2-cycle oil
- Try a Soft Reset. Try pressing and holding the Power button for about 10 seconds to force the Galaxy Tab 10.1 to restart normally. Also have a read of THIS page mid way down the interesting stuff is posted
- THIS link may have your answer.
- THIS GUIDE may assist you. It recommends bypassing a blown fuse. I don't recommend you do that. Better to replace the fuse with correct value fuse after determining why it failed in the first place HIH
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TIP for re installation..I had the mic cable around the left side board support when I installed the board so it was too short and had to pull the board a out again! Make sure the mic cable runs between the ODD fan and the board support.
Note for the less experienced.. the case is plastic and the metal coarse thread screws will easily cut a new thread in the hole if you don't line up the screw in the original thread. Do this a few times and the hole will be stripped and the screw no longer tightens.
TIP:- place the screw in the hole and rotate BACKWARDS/count
er clockwise (for RH threads) until you hear/feel it click/drop into the original thread then tighten the screw down. rotate it a couple times to get the feel of things. If there is any significant resistance you probably don't have the original thread.
This trick also works on the fine metal thread screws and can help avoid cross threading them.