Tools

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Parts

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Turn off the computer.
  • Turn off the computer.

  • Before each operation it is important to start with the removal of the accumulator.

  • Take the slide unlocked into position, remove the battery.

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Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover.
  • Using the screwdriver Philips # 1, unscrew the 5 fixing screws of the cover.

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  • Push the screwdriver a few millimeters under the cover so that it can be touched with your fingers.

  • Now lift the cover carefully.

  • Attention! Disconnect the ventillator cable so that the cover can be completely removed (see next step).

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  • Since the ventillator is mounted under the cover, its power supply cable must first be disconnected so that the cover can then be completely removed.

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  • With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, unscrew the fixing screw of the CD / DVD drive.

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  • Now carefully pull out the CD / DVD drive.

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  • With the screwdriver Phillips # 1, unscrew the two screws which are located in the slot of the accumulator.

  • Insert a standard screwdriver into the slot in the cover above the keyboard.

  • Lift the cover with the usual care.

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  • With the Phillips # 1 screw, remove the four screws securing the keyboard in the upper part.

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  • Now turn the keyboard towards the screen.

  • Carefully remove the connection cable in the direction of the plug axis.

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  • Remove plug A.

  • Remove plug B.

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  • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

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  • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

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  • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

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  • Using the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove all 16 screws securing the entire cover.

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  • With the Phillips # 1 screwdriver, remove the other screw located on the back.

  • Remove the plug of the touchpad.

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  • To remove the frame of the keyboard, start with the upper part on the right. (Visual access to the clips through the opening of the CD / DVD drive), by pushing in a small normal screwdriver or better a small guitar plate.

  • Then continue with the lower part.

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  • Proceed with the removal of the keyboard tab in a clockwise direction.

  • Remove the frame of the keyboard and the motherboard will appear.

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  • Pull out the main plug.

  • Pull out the small plug in the middle.

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  • Flip the computer over and unplug the connector near the processor (CPU).

  • Remove the other connector located immediately to the right.

  • With the screwdriver Philips # 1, remove the 2 fixing screws of the Wi-Fi chipset.

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  • Pull out the rear plug.

  • Unplug the small plug that lies immediately next to the first plug.

  • With the Philips # 1 screwdriver, remove the red-edged screws.

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  • Using the Philips # 1 screwdriver, remove the 10 main board mounting screws.

  • Unplug the small plug which lies in front.

  • With the screwdriver Philips # 1, remove the 2 screws which are transversally marked and marked with blue circles.

  • Take out the motherboard.

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Conclusion

For reassembly, follow the instructions in reverse order.

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