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Turn the keyboard locking screw so that it is parallel to the space bar.
Pull the keyboard release tabs toward you and lift up on the keyboard until it pops free.
Lift the keyboard out by pulling it up and away from you. Rest the keyboard, face down, on top of the track pad.
Pull the keyboard ribbon straight up from the logic board. Place the keyboard aside.
The connector may be tight. Gently rock the connector from side to side while pulling directly upward to free it. You can use this technique on many of the cards and cables you'll be disconnecting.
Make sure you have removed the laptop battery and CD/DVD modules from the expansion bays before proceeding.
Skip this step if your computer does not have an Airport card installed.
Firmly grasp the plastic tab attached to the Airport card and pull up and then to the right.
The Airport card is still attached to the antenna cable, so don't just yank it out of the slot.
Lift the heat sink up from the left side and pull it out.
If you need to mount the heat sink back into the laptop, we have a
thermal paste guide that makes replacing the thermal compound easy.
Grasp the plastic tab on the processor's right side and pull it directly up.
Some processors may be missing the plastic pull tab. In this case, we suggest using a non-metal tool to gently pry up the processor. Slip the tool's thin edge under the front right corner of the processor and carefully pry it up.
Push the display back so that it lies flat.
Slip your index finger or a nylon tool under the clutch cover near the power button and pull gently upward until you feel it come free.
Repeat the previous step on the left side.
Remove the single black Torx screw that fastens the display cable to the plastic casing.
Grasp the thin display inverter board at its left end; lift up and rotate toward yourself.
There are two tabs that hold the display inverter in place; these are what you need to get past in order to pull the board free.
Turn the laptop around so that its back faces you.
Open the port door located at the back of the laptop.
Remove the four black Torx screws.
Slide the thin plastic shield away from you, out from under the black casing.
Disconnect the newly revealed thin orange ribbon from the logic board.
Remove the two long silver Torx screws.
Turn the laptop back over.
Remove three short black Torx screws from the metal frame.
Remove the small Torx screw to the far left that fastens the logic board to the casing.
Lift the left side of the case partly up so that you can access and disconnect the audio in/out cables from the sound card in the upper right of the case.
Be careful not to lift the upper casing too far before you have disconnected the audio in/out cables or you may damage the sound card.
Remove the upper casing. Note that there are two tabs on the laptop's front that often cause the upper case to stick.
Gently clasp the left side of the metal shield between your thumb and forefinger and carefully pull up and toward the front of the laptop.
Be very careful when removing the leftmost clip on the EMI Shield from its slot, as this piece will bend very easily. This is one of the easiest parts to damage in the Pismo.
Remove the single short black Torx screw anchoring the metal framework to the lower casing.
Use needle-nose pliers or a five millimeter nut driver to remove the small metal nut from the bolt.
If you're using pliers, be extremely careful not to let them slip or you may damage the logic board.
Lift the sound card out by pulling up on both the right and left sides.
If the sound card sticks, pull the black metal wall of the casing toward you while lifting the right side of the sound card up.
Gently lift the front edge of the logic board and pull it toward you.
There are two major obstacles to avoid when removing the logic board: the first is the fan and connector cables, and the second is the bolt in the back left corner.
Turn the logic board over so that the ports are facing you.
Remove the four Phillips screws holding the PC card cage to the logic board.
Two of the screws are short and two are longer. The two short screws go on the side closer to the PC card eject button.
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