Introduction

Replacing a defective modem is fairly simple and will help your computer in connecting to networks requiring a modem.

Parts

No parts required.

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  • Remove the 3.9 mm Phillips #1 screw from the battery compartment.

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Image 1/3: Push the battery release in the direction of the arrow, and pull upward. Image 2/3: Push the battery release in the direction of the arrow, and pull upward. Image 3/3: Push the battery release in the direction of the arrow, and pull upward.
  • Locate the laptop battery release button lock

  • Push the battery release in the direction of the arrow, and pull upward.

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  • Remove the battery from its compartment.

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  • Remove the 3.9mm screw with a Philips #1 screwdriver containing the modem.

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  • Lift and remove the lid.

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  • Remove the 3.9mm Philips #1 screw on top of the modem.

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Image 1/3: Remove the cable going to the modem. Image 2/3: Remove the cable going to the modem. Image 3/3: Remove the cable going to the modem.
  • Pull on the white tab to remove the modem

  • Remove the cable going to the modem.

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Conclusion

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

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I have manufacturing mode problem can you help me??

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