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[* black] Carefully open the midframe as there is a short ZR button cable that is connected to the motherboard.
[* black] The ribbonZR cable is locked in place by a small grey plastic switchZIF connector located on the same side that the cable is inserted. TakeUse a spudger andSpudger to flip this switch upwards and then gently remove the ribbon cable this allows you to remove the plastic plate completely.
[* icon_reminder] When reattaching this ribbon cable during reassembly, it is easiest to have the switch
lock on the side furthest from you. This makes it easier to maneuver the tweezers holding the cable and get the ribbon cable into the switch successfullyZIF connector.
[* black] Carefully open the midframe as there is a short ZR button cable that is connected to the motherboard.
[* black] The ribbonZR cable is locked in place by a small grey plastic switchZIF connector located on the same side that the cable is inserted. TakeUse a spudger andSpudger to flip this switch upwards and then gently remove the ribbon cable this allows you to remove the plastic plate completely.
[* icon_reminder] When reattaching this ribbon cable during reassembly, it is easiest to have the switch
lock on the side furthest from you. This makes it easier to maneuver the tweezers holding the cable and get the ribbon cable into the switch successfullyZIF connector.