Introduction

How to disassemble the laptop in case to clean the cooling / fan system.


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Switch-off the laptop and remove the battery.
  • Switch-off the laptop and remove the battery.

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To remove the Keyboard you must open 7x locking clips.
  • To remove the Keyboard you must open 7x locking clips.

  • You can use a cutter and a plastic tool.

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  • Remove the Keyboard.

  • Remove the HDD, RAM Memory cover.

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  • Remove the HDD and the DVD optical drive.

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  • Unscrew the screws from the upper and the bottom cases.

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  • With a plastic tool you can separate the bottom case from the laptop.

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  • Disconnect the CPU fan cable connector.

  • Now you have 4x screws on the CPU side and 2x on the fan.

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  • Separate the fan from the radiator.

  • Clean the radiator and the fan. Use a soft brush.

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Conclusion

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

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Very good, thank you. :-)

andymcleod - Reply

I' thank you too. :)

ZFix -

Absolutely awesome job!

Thanks a plenty.

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SolarJ - Reply

Can't you just leave fan assembly installed and start cleaning it with brush and compressed air once you have bottom case cover off? What about just blowing air thru the grill covering the fan and not even removing the bottom case cover?

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Jon Pol - Reply

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Hoti - Reply

Amazing, I’ve been wanting to open my laptop for months now this helped so much. Thank you

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