Introduction

If you have had problems with your Asus Eee PC T101MT overheating, this guide will help you replace it.

Before you begin, make sure your device is powered off and not connected to the power supply.
  • Before you begin, make sure your device is powered off and not connected to the power supply.

  • Turn the tablet over and position it so it matches the picture.

Locate the sliding tab on the right and slide it to the left in order to unlock the battery.
  • Locate the sliding tab on the right and slide it to the left in order to unlock the battery.

Use  a plastic opening tool to lift the battery up as you slide the tab on the left to the right.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to lift the battery up as you slide the tab on the left to the right.

Lift the battery out of the device.
  • Lift the battery out of the device.

Turn the tablet over and open it up. Insert a nylon spudger into the slots above F1, F6, F10 to pry up the keyboard. Turn the tablet over and open it up. Insert a nylon spudger into the slots above F1, F6, F10 to pry up the keyboard. Turn the tablet over and open it up. Insert a nylon spudger into the slots above F1, F6, F10 to pry up the keyboard.
  • Turn the tablet over and open it up. Insert a nylon spudger into the slots above F1, F6, F10 to pry up the keyboard.

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Once you have the keyboard out, use the nylon spudger to remove the connection. You can now replace the keyboard.
  • Once you have the keyboard out, use the nylon spudger to remove the connection. You can now replace the keyboard.

Peel the black strip off of the back of your Asus Eee PC T101MT to expose more screws. Remove screws from the outside of the device case (ten 7mm screws and two 8mm screws). Peel the black strip off of the back of your Asus Eee PC T101MT to expose more screws. Remove screws from the outside of the device case (ten 7mm screws and two 8mm screws).
  • Peel the black strip off of the back of your Asus Eee PC T101MT to expose more screws. Remove screws from the outside of the device case (ten 7mm screws and two 8mm screws).

Remove the four 3mm screws from underneath the battery.
  • Remove the four 3mm screws from underneath the battery.

Remove the screws from under the keyboard. (Two 7mm and five 5mm)
  • Remove the screws from under the keyboard. (Two 7mm and five 5mm)

Use a plastic opening tool to pry the case open and remove it.
  • Use a plastic opening tool to pry the case open and remove it.

Locate the fan and remove the screws (3mm).
  • Locate the fan and remove the screws (3mm).

Use a spudger to remove the power supply.
  • Use a spudger to remove the power supply.

Remove and replace the fan.
  • Remove and replace the fan.

Conclusion

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

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