Introduction

If you have a Phillips #0 screwdriver, you can easily replace the 3G card.

Image 1/3: The red tab indicated that the battery has been properly unlocked. Image 2/3: Remove the battery. Image 3/3: When working with electronics, it is always wise to remove the power source before taking the device apart.
  • Unlock the tab located in the top left corner of the netbook.

  • The red tab indicated that the battery has been properly unlocked.

  • Remove the battery.

  • When working with electronics, it is always wise to remove the power source before taking the device apart.

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  • The 3G card is located under this cover.

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Image 1/3: Use the plastic opening tools to lift up the cover. Image 2/3: Use the plastic opening tools to lift up the cover. Image 3/3: Use the plastic opening tools to lift up the cover.
  • Use the Phillips #0 screwdriver to remove one (1) 5mm screw.

  • Use the plastic opening tools to lift up the cover.

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  • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove one (1) 5mm screw holding the card in place.

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  • Remove the 3G card from the computer by lifting the card up from the bottom.

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Image 1/2: Gently detach the wires from the card. The metal portions will "pop" off Image 2/2: Gently detach the wires from the card. The metal portions will "pop" off
  • Notice the two wires connected to the card.

  • Gently detach the wires from the card. The metal portions will "pop" off

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Conclusion

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

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