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Introduction

Use this guide to fix wireless connectivity issues by replacing the defective wifi card.

  1. Use a Phillips screwdriver with a PH1 bit to loosen the three indicated screws. The screws do not come free from the panel. They only need to be loosened enough so that the panel can be lifted/pried using a plastic opening tool. The screws do not come free from the panel. They only need to be loosened enough so that the panel can be lifted/pried using a plastic opening tool.
    • Use a Phillips screwdriver with a PH1 bit to loosen the three indicated screws.

    • The screws do not come free from the panel. They only need to be loosened enough so that the panel can be lifted/pried using a plastic opening tool.

  2. Gently pull the black and white cables to disconnect them from the Wi-Fi card. Gently pull the black and white cables to disconnect them from the Wi-Fi card.
    • Gently pull the black and white cables to disconnect them from the Wi-Fi card.

  3. Use the same screwdriver to remove the two 3 mm screws holding the card in place.
    • Use the same screwdriver to remove the two 3 mm screws holding the card in place.

  4. Lift the Wi-Fi card to remove it from the slot.
    • Lift the Wi-Fi card to remove it from the slot.

Conclusion

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

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