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Begin by turning the laptop over so that you can see the bottom of the computer.
  • Begin by turning the laptop over so that you can see the bottom of the computer.

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Slide the battery release switch to the right while simultaneously lifting up the battery.
  • Slide the battery release switch to the right while simultaneously lifting up the battery.

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  • Loosen the 8 Phillips screws around the plate and remove the plate.

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  • Remove the 9 Phillips screws from the plate covering the fans.

  • The 3 screws around the lower fan also hold the fan onto the metal plate.

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  • Lift the plate and lower fan off the heat sink being careful not to damage the lower fan cable, which is attached to the motherboard.

  • Disconnect the lower fan connector from the motherboard.

  • Remove the metal plate and lower fan.

  • The lower fan will easily separate from the metal plate.

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  • Disconnect the upper fan connector from the motherboard.

  • Remove the 4 spring loaded screws holding the heat sink assembly to the motherboard.

  • When reassembling, thread all screws in 1 - 1 1/2 turns then alternately tighten each screw 1 turn - starting top left, then bottom right, then bottom left, then top right, then top left again etc. until the heat sink assembly is firmly seated and all screws are tightened the same amount.

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  • Slide the heat sink assembly including the upper fan out by pulling it down and left simultaneously.

  • When reinstalling heat sink, ensure it is thoroughly cleaned and the thermal paste (or pads ) are replaced to ensure proper thermal contact with the devices on the logic board to prevent thermal issues.

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  • Begin after removing the battery and fans.

  • Remove the screws from the outer frame of the laptop.

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  • Remove screws from the battery area, noting the following:

    • These screws are on oversize clearing holes, but hold other components on the keyboard. You can remove them now, but you'll have parts loose and dropping out if you remove the keyboard, so you may want to wait.

    • Two screws secure the optical drive: one in the battery compartment and one in the RAM compartment.

    • With the screws removed, PUSH out the optical drive thru the opening at the BLUE arrow. You will need to remove the drive in order to have access to 2 more screws at the edge of the frame in the opening of the optical drive attached to the bezel of the keyboard.

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  • Remove the 8 screws from the back panel of the laptop.

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  • Using a flathead remove the 2 screws on the left-side panel of the laptop.

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  • Open the laptop so that both the screen and keyboard are in view.

  • Carefully pry off the frame above the keyboard.

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  • To begin disconnecting the monitor, remove the 2 screws.

  • Do not pull monitor off yet.

  • Make sure to keep the screen propped up to reduce the amount of strain on the screws as you take them out.

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  • Disconnect the 2 wires connecting the monitor to the rest of the laptop.

  • Note: Do not tug on the wires. Just like wall plugs, you need to disconnect them from the actual point of connection.

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Conclusion

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

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