Introduction

If it needs replacing, here's how to find it.

Tools

No tools required.

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  • Find the battery and the battery tabs located on the bottom of the Compaq Mini.

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  • Push the tabs inward and slide the battery out.

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Image 1/2: Note that the screws are attached to the panel. Image 2/2: Note that the screws are attached to the panel.
  • Find and remove the two screws on the bottom of your Compaq Mini covering the memory compartment.

    • Note that the screws are attached to the panel.

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  • Push out side tabs.

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Image 1/2: There may be junk underneath it. This is residue left from the glue that held on the rubber pad. Just scrape it away to find the screw. Image 2/2: There may be junk underneath it. This is residue left from the glue that held on the rubber pad. Just scrape it away to find the screw.
  • Remove the rubber pads located on the corners of your Compaq Mini.

  • There may be junk underneath it. This is residue left from the glue that held on the rubber pad. Just scrape it away to find the screw.

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  • Unscrew all the corner screws. There are four total, one under each rubber pad.

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  • Unscrew the screw for the bottom case located in the RAM compartment.

Falta um passo, pois nos modelos COMPAQ MINI 110, existe um parafuso que segura o teclado, que se encontra bem escondido dentro da cavidade que encaixa a bateria.

Amilcar Correia - Reply

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  • Remove the three screws in the silver tabs at the back of the keyboard. The red circles show where they are located at the back of the base under the screen.

3 screws in red circles are actually on metal tabs in the battery compartment, 1 deeper than the other 2. There is a keyboard symbol for each of the 3 screws.

Step 8B: Lift out keyboard by pushing upwards on the 2 accessible metal tabs. This is the most difficult step. Lack of Quality Control during assembly may prevent the kevboard from lifting out without breaking!!

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This step may be performed after battery removal. Use care when removing ribbon cable: the white clips holding the black plastic "keeper" are fragile. Reassembly possible without white clips; however, jostling may cause the ribbon to come free.

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  • Remove the three screws.

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  • Pull up on the tab.

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  • Remove the eight screws from the plastic top cover.

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Image 1/3: Under the screen there are two tabs that need to be pushed in. Image 2/3: Under the screen there are two tabs that need to be pushed in. Image 3/3: Under the screen there are two tabs that need to be pushed in.
  • Pry up the top plastic cover using a spudger.

    • Under the screen there are two tabs that need to be pushed in.

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Image 1/2: Remove the cable by pulling it up. Image 2/2: Remove the cable by pulling it up.
  • Careful lifting up the cover because the track pad is still attached.

  • Remove the cable by pulling it up.

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  • Take out the four screws that keep the bottom of the hinges attached to the base.

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Image 1/3: Note: There is adhesive tape holding the cover on. Image 2/3: Note: The spudger may go all the way through to the screen-side of the cover. This is ok and will not damage anything. Image 3/3: Note: The spudger may go all the way through to the screen-side of the cover. This is ok and will not damage anything.
  • Pry off the top plastic cover of the display assembly.

  • Note: There is adhesive tape holding the cover on.

  • Note: The spudger may go all the way through to the screen-side of the cover. This is ok and will not damage anything.

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  • Remove the 4 screws keeping the screen on the plastic assembly.

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Image 1/3: The last picture is of the metal connectors that attach it to the display assembly. Image 2/3: The last picture is of the metal connectors that attach it to the display assembly. Image 3/3: The last picture is of the metal connectors that attach it to the display assembly.
  • Take the screen off the metal connectors by unscrewing each side. Each side has 2 screws

  • The last picture is of the metal connectors that attach it to the display assembly.

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Image 1/3: Detach the cable from the screen. It is connected under the foil flap. Image 2/3: Detach the cable from the screen. It is connected under the foil flap. Image 3/3: Detach the cable from the screen. It is connected under the foil flap.
  • The huge wire on the back of the screen is for both the webcam/microphone, as well as the screen.

  • Detach the cable from the screen. It is connected under the foil flap.

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  • Just pull the little thing out. It's not attached on it's own.

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Conclusion

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

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