Introduction

This guide will show you how to remove the wireless card from a Panasonic Toughbook CF-29

Locate the bay door for the battery on the left side of the laptop.
  • Locate the bay door for the battery on the left side of the laptop.

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Slide the latch to the right and then down to unlock it.
  • Slide the latch to the right and then down to unlock it.

  • Pull out the battery.

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  • Begin by turning the laptop upside down with the handle towards you.

  • Use a Phillips size 0 screwdriver to remove the 4 screws holding down the ram cover.

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  • Remove the panel and set it aside.

  • Use a Phillips size 0 screwdriver to remove these 8 small screws.

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  • Use a Phillips size 1 screwdriver to remove the remaining 8 screws.

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  • Use a plastic opening tool to release, but NOT remove, the back cover because it is sealed with adhesive.

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  • Be careful when lifting the cover as you may damage some connections.

  • Slowly lift the cover so that you can disconnect the red and white wires connecting the speaker to the sound card.

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  • Now the back cover should be off and you can access the inside of the casing.

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  • Remove the black and white wires attached to the wireless card by simply pulling up.

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  • Peel back the black cover to expose the clips holding in the wireless card.

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  • Using a pair of plastic opening tools, push the two metal tabs away from the card.

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  • The wireless card should now easily disengage from the motherboard.

  • Pull the card horizontally away from you to remove it from its housing.

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Conclusion

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

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what about the heatsinks of the processors? You don't fix the contact surface to the cover?

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