Be careful not to break the 2 plastic lugs you can see just below (on the photo) the 2 screws at the edges
there’s not much room to get you fingers in. Again I used prying tools to help me get the two connectors off the PCB
and then wiggle it directly (almost radially from the cylinder) out until you see the cables shown in the next step.
Be careful not to damage the plastic gasket as you pull it out,
@KanGoon Yes, on mine it took the removal of 6 (reasonably obvious) screws to remove that. I’ll try to insert a photo when I reassemble…
Sometimes disassemblers forget that the first time they disassembled the item it didn’t want to give up easily: I didn’t like the forces I was having to apply at all, so I switched to two plastic prying tools per “corner” and one in-between them (total 5, you could use plectrums…) before I was happy the the forces were low enough not to break anything.
Also, on my keyboard there are metal latches under the keyboard. To remove the keyboard it needs to be slid towards the screen a few mm before you can lift it. When reassembling do the reverse, engaging the latches, or the keyboard will not stay down properly.
Getting the cable back i was tricky. in the end I almost had the keyboard vertical to east the bend on the connector as I pushed it back in gently - then it finally went in. When you push the retaining flap back down the white line on the ribbon cable should just be showing - then you have it in properly.
I found my Nextek (+) 2.0 x 40mm fitted these well. PH000 wasn't bad but not quite the right fit
Best fit for these screws was a Philips PH000 screwdriver bit
I took the opportunity to clean out the dusty fans with pressurised gas duster before putting it all back together.
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