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John@John van Dongen's answer is misleading, I'm not sure whether he's pulling a prank, or maybe its just difficulty with English, or there are various possibilities that suggest he won't respond well to a direct reply soanswer: Although removing SMDs can be relatively simple, resoldering connections for a replacement SMD is very difficult. All of the connections do need to be resoldered. This is not a "trick", hardly any customers want to take the machine totally apart and do their own soldering, which is risky in the best circumstances. “''Although, these components are not necessarily replaceable. This is just a myth, in order for the customer to buy a new Chromebook''.” HUH?!?! It’s true the components are not necessarily replaceable. One of the obvious reasons not to desolder. How is that a myth? Does “myth” apply to something else? Does the writer understand what the English word means?
John@John van Dongen's answer is misleading, I'm not sure whether he's pulling a prank, or maybe its just difficulty with English, or there are various possibilities that suggest he won't respond well to a direct reply soanswer: Although removing SMDs can be relatively simple, resoldering connections for a replacement SMD is very difficult. All of the connections do need to be resoldered. This is not a "trick", hardly any customers want to take the machine totally apart and do their own soldering, which is risky in the best circumstances. “''Although, these components are not necessarily replaceable. This is just a myth, in order for the customer to buy a new Chromebook''.” HUH?!?! It’s true the components are not necessarily replaceable. One of the obvious reasons not to desolder. How is that a myth? Does “myth” apply to something else? Does the writer understand what the English word means?
 
“The whole re-work procedure should take no-longer than 5-minutes to complete” HECK NO! It should take less than five minutes to desolder then decide to throw it out, because you’ve broke it beyond reasonable repair. and what’s with all the dashes? Who puts a dash in “you-tube”. Somebody whose more familiar with Kanji or Cyrillic typefaces rather than English? Who is this “van Dongen?”
 
Also, in these old “netbooks”, everything is on the motherboard, it’s tightly integrated. There’s no way to upgrade the motherboard, as no other motherboard will fit. It’s sort of ridiculous to suggest it. I’ve never heard it to be a reasonable suggestion for any laptop. You can salvage and sell the screen for other people’s blown screens, but the C720 has a lousy, outdated screen, it’s not in much demand.

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John van Dongen's answer is misleading, I'm not sure whether he's pulling a prank, or maybe its just difficulty with English, or there are various possibilities that suggest he won't respond well to a direct reply so: Although removing SMDs can be relatively simple, resoldering connections for a replacement SMD is very difficult. All of the connections do need to be resoldered. This is not a "trick", hardly any customers want to take the machine totally apart and do their own soldering, which is risky in the best circumstances. “''Although, these components are not necessarily replaceable. This is just a myth, in order for the customer to buy a new Chromebook''.” HUH?!?! It’s true the components are not necessarily replaceable. One of the obvious reasons not to desolder. How is that a myth? Does “myth” apply to something else? Does the writer understand what the English word means?
 
“The whole re-work procedure should take no-longer than 5-minutes to complete” !&&*HECK NO! It should take less than five minutes to desolder then decide to throw it out, because you’ve broke it beyond reasonable repair. and what’s with all the dashes? Who puts a dash in “you-tube”. Somebody whose more familiar with Kanji or Cyrillic typefaces rather than English? Who is this “van Dongen?”
“The whole re-work procedure should take no-longer than 5-minutes to complete” !&&*HECK NO! It should take less than five minutes to desolder then decide to throw it out, because you’ve broke it beyond reasonable repair. and what’s with all the dashes? Who puts a dash in “you-tube”. Somebody whose more familiar with Kanji or Cyrillic typefaces rather than English? Who is this “van Dongen?”
 
Also, in these old “netbooks”, everything is on the motherboard, it’s tightly integrated. There’s no way to upgrade the motherboard, as no other motherboard will fit. It’s sort of ridiculous to suggest it. I’ve never heard it to be a reasonable suggestion for any laptop. You can salvage and sell the screen for other people’s blown screens, but the C720 has a lousy, outdated screen, it’s not in much demand.

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John van Dongen's answer is misleading, I'm not sure whether he's pulling a prank, or maybe its just difficulty with English, or there are various possibilities that suggest he won't respond well to a direct reply so: Although removing SMDs can be relatively simple, resoldering connections for a replacement SMD is very difficult. All of the connections do need to be resoldered. This is not a "trick", hardly any customers want to take the machine totally apart and do their own soldering, which is risky in the best circumstances.  “''Although, these components are not necessarily replaceable. This is just a myth, in order for the customer to buy a new Chromebook''.” HUH?!?! It’s true the components are not necessarily replaceable. One of the obvious reasons not to desolder. How is that a myth? Does “myth” apply to something else? Does the writer understand what the English word means?

“The whole re-work procedure should take no-longer than 5-minutes to complete” !&&* NO!  It should take less than five minutes to desolder then decide to throw it out, because you’ve broke it beyond reasonable repair. and what’s with all the dashes? Who puts a dash in “you-tube”.  Somebody whose more familiar with Kanji or Cyrillic typefaces rather than English?  Who is this “van Dongen?”

Also, in these old “netbooks”, everything is on the motherboard, it’s tightly integrated. There’s no way to upgrade the motherboard, as no other motherboard will fit. It’s sort of ridiculous to suggest it. I’ve never heard it to be a reasonable suggestion for any laptop. You can salvage and sell the screen for other people’s blown screens, but the C720 has a lousy, outdated screen, it’s not in much demand.

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