Giriş

The cooling fan keeps the device from overheating. If a device overheats, it can shut down.

  1. Slide both of the latches to the outside to release the battery.
    • Slide both of the latches to the outside to release the battery.

  2. Pull the battery out by lifting the battery cover away from the laptop.
    • Pull the battery out by lifting the battery cover away from the laptop.

    • Flip the computer over and insert the plastic opening tool under the plastic strip at the top of the keyboard.

    • Pry the top plastic strip from the top of the keyboard.

    • Peel the strip completely away from the keyboard.

    • Using your Phillips #00, unscrew the two 4.80mm screws at the top of the keyboard.

    • When removing the keyboard, be careful not to rip the ribbon cable connecting the keyboard to the computer, to avoid damaging it.

    • Flip the keyboard up from the bottom in order to see the two ribbons connecting it to the motherboard.

    • Using the plastic opening tools, pop out the ribbon cable from the rest of the computer.

    • Using the plastic opening tools, pop out the second ribbon cable from the rest of the computer.

    • Completely remove the keyboard from the laptop by lifting up the part closest to the screen, and then gently pulling out the bottom half.

    • Keep the keyboard safe by storing it on a flat, non-metallic surface until needed.

    • Locate the four silver screws on the front panel.

    • Using the Phillips #0, unscrew to remove all four 2.95mm silver screws.

    • Flip the laptop over and locate all seven screws on the bottom of the laptop.

    • Unscrew all seven Philips#00 7.70mm screws.

    • Locate and unscrew the three silver Philips #00 2.85mm screws inside the battery compartment.

    • Locate and unscrew the five black Philips #00 3.25mm screws inside the battery compartment.

    • Rotate the laptop so the back faces you.

    • Locate the two black Philips #00 7.65 screws, one by each hinge, and remove.

    • Use the plastic opening tool to pry the top panel up from the base of the computer.

    • Slowly work your way around the computer with the plastic removing tool to make it easier to lift the top panel away from the base.

    • Carefully lift the top panel no more than six inches, as there are ribbon cables connecting the two pieces.

    • Disconnect ribbons, and slowly lift the top panel up, away from the base.

    • Locate the ribbon cable from the motherboard.

    • Using plastic removing tools, pop the ribbon base from the motherboard.

    • Locate the two plugs from the motherboard.

    • Using plastic opening tools, remove each plug from the motherboard.

    • Locate the ribbon cable partially hidden under the front panel.

    • Using plastic opening tools, pop out the ribbon cable from the motherboard.

    • Make sure that all wires have been disconnected before proceeding to avoid damaging components.

    • Slowly lift the top panel away from the base of the computer.

    • Place the top panel away from the computer and keep in a flat non-metallic surface until needed.

    • Locate the fan in the back left corner of the motherboard.

    • Rotate the laptop so the cooling fan is closest to you.

    • Locate the piece of electrical tape holding the screen wired, on top of the fan.

    • Tear away the piece of electrical tape.

    • Find the screen wires that the tape was holding down and move them off to the side.

    • Locate and pop out the plug connecting the fan to the motherboard.

    • Locate and remove the three Philips #00 5.65mm screws holding the fan in.

    • Lift the fan straight up and out of the computer.

    • Look for and remove any built up dust, lint, hair.

Sonuç

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

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