Introduction

You will be removing screws and pulling out your broken adapter in order to replace it with a new adapter.

Image 1/1: Remove the following screws:
  • Set the device with the adapter facing up.

  • Remove the following screws:

    • Two 10 mm Phillips #0

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Image 1/1: The adapter will still be connected with wires, so make sure not to pull too hard.
  • Grip the plastic adapter case and pull upwards with a medium amount of force. You will have to twist forward a little so that the connections are visible.

  • The adapter will still be connected with wires, so make sure not to pull too hard.

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Image 1/3: Four 7 mm Phillips #0 Image 2/3: Lift out the two black plastic pieces that have come loose on either side of the circuit board, and set them aside. Image 3/3: Lift out the two black plastic pieces that have come loose on either side of the circuit board, and set them aside.
  • Remove the following screws:

    • Four 7 mm Phillips #0

  • Lift out the two black plastic pieces that have come loose on either side of the circuit board, and set them aside.

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Image 1/2: Do this slowly. Be careful not to damage the wires Image 2/2: Lift out the circuit board that has become loose.
  • Carefully pry apart the bundle of white wires connected at the junction with the plastic opening tool.

  • Do this slowly. Be careful not to damage the wires

  • Lift out the circuit board that has become loose.

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  • Pull out the adapter, and replace it with the new one.

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Conclusion

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

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