Introduction

Disassembly of the laptop is required to remove the power jack.

Parts

No parts required.

Place  laptop on a flat surface with the back cover facing up and the hinges facing you.
  • Place laptop on a flat surface with the back cover facing up and the hinges facing you.

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You will see two tabs towards the bottom of the back cover. Move the tab positioned on the right side to the right. You will know this has been done correctly when you can see the red surface beneath the tab.
  • You will see two tabs towards the bottom of the back cover. Move the tab positioned on the right side to the right. You will know this has been done correctly when you can see the red surface beneath the tab.

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  • Move the left tab to the left. This will release the battery. You will hear an audible 'click' and see the battery separate from the rest of the laptop.

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  • Take hold of the battery at the top seam between it and the laptop. To remove, roll the battery towards yourself. Lastly, lift battery out.

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  • Locate and remove the 3 screws securing the outer cover of the laptop

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  • slide cover away from hinges and lift panel off.

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  • Remove Rear Cover: Follow this guide to remove the laptop's rear cover

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  • Locate the CD drive

  • Locate and remove the single #00 phillips 5.5mm screw on the centermost side of the drive

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  • Move the drive towards the outside of the laptop to remove the connector

  • Pull the drive out of the laptop

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  • Locate the 3 screws on the bottom, securing the keyboard.

  • One Screw will be located under Lenovo sticker. Break sticker to gain access to screw.

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  • Starting on side, gently pry up using spudge.

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  • Continue prying around top of keyboard

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  • Once the top of keyboard is loose, gently lift up

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  • lift up bottom of keyboard slightly, to access keyboard ribbon

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  • Using tweezers, lift up clip to remove keyboard ribbon cable.

On some laptops the colors for the clips are reversed. You should lift up the inner piece. Took me 15 mind to figure out

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  • Keyboard ribbon cable removed

  • Once ribbon is removed, keyboard can be lifted out

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  • Remove wifi wires by lifting up

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  • locate power and monitor cable on bottom side next to fan

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  • remove power cable with tweezers by gently pullying

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  • remove monitor cable by gently pulling on tab straight up

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  • Monitor and power cable disconnected

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  • Disconnect the fan wires from the motherboard by lifting upwards

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  • Locate the 3 screws holding fan in place

  • Remove 3 screws

  • fan should lift out of place

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  • lift clip to remove ribbon cable for think pad.

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  • lift clip to remove power button ribbon cable.

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  • Begin by locating screws on bottom panel

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  • Remove screws using a 001 phillips screw driver.

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  • Once screws are removed, begin by gently prying up in one corner using a spudge

  • Continue to center and then around to opposite side.

  • once all sides have been pried open, lift top half off

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  • Top covered removed

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  • lift up power jack and remove from holding tabs

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  • power jack removed

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Conclusion

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

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TY TY fixed myself for 7$

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Should the new Power Jack look exactly the same as the manufacturer one? My original Power Jack has prongs but the new one does not and the laptop will not power on.

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