Unfortunately I found them after I had already figured out how to disassemble myself. Does it need to be entirely opened? I have already tried unplugging it, removing the battery, and holding the power button. I have no idea where these wires go or what they do. The end of the plug has blackend a little. I think you can fix it. I followed all of your steps and pretty much everything worked great! Try doing that without removing the jack.
Also, if anyone knows of any online retailers that specialize in affordable discrete video cards for laptops, please let me know. I tried taking out the battery and holding the power button for at least a minute each time. Pull wireless card antenna cables thought the opening in the top cover. Computer booted up nicely and everything seems fine. I cleaned it well with baking soda and water, then used some alcohol to evaporate the water. I had to put black tape around them. Enter the full Model Number without spaces.
Make sure the cooling module inside the laptop is clean. I have also tried to remove memory, still nothing. I have both blue lights that indicate power and charge, but no display. I probably stayed in place for a while and as the rest of the screws were removed it finally slipped out of place. Can I strip those wires and insert? How would I disable the lid switch, which seems to be stuck and won´t allow the computer to boot? Take your key cap and place it in the middle of your retainer clips. You can blow off dust with an air compressor or canned air.
I had to put black tape around them. It really depends on the laptop model. I have no idea where to go from here. A visual inspection of the dc jack has it looking clean inside and out. With video installation instructions, we make keyboard replacement a simple task.
You can also contact us via live chat support. I finished the assembly anyway and was pleased to see my new dc jack working and the laptop runnig great! He wanted to reinstall windows and I don´t remember what else and charge me more money than I currently have. Computer booted up nicely and everything seems fine. Do you know of any place where I can purchase this tiny part without buying a new mother board. After that you should be able to lift up and remove the assembly.
Removing just the keyboard is not enough. Lift up the media button board cover as it shown on the picture below. Do not touch internal laptop components with your fingers. Make sure to use the laptop of a flat surface. Disconnect three cables from the motherboard. Can I just remove the keyboard and palmrest to get to the mother board, or do I need to remove the screen to get at it? Thought it was a loose screw or some other foreign object but now… think it was the bracket. Remove two screws securing display hinges.
Computer would not boot at all after and I assumed it just did not have enough battery power. Its been shutting down unexpectedly a lot and I think its because Ive never properly cleaned the fan. Appreciate any help you can provide on this one as my laptop is in pieces right now hoping to become whole again. You can use anti-static mat and wrist strap if you are paranoid about damaging the laptop with static electricity. Is this the speaker connection for the main sound for the laptop or the internal beep speaker? Is this the right order??. Maybe you forgot to plug in the cooling fan? I tried to boot it, and of course nothing appeared to be working, so a quick slap on the front edge of the laptop, and like magic, it decided to boot.
Also, for those that have had issues with the speaker wire, blue in the middle, white on the outside. First, I would test the laptop with another adapter. Im not certian if the keyboard is working or not. Now you can lift up and remove the entire display assembly. Shows no signs of power lights, fan, etc. Have you tested your laptop with an external monitor? Place the smaller retainer clip on the larger plastic clip and insert its sticks into the holes of larger piece. Both memory modules can be accessed through the bottom cover.
Did you cut the cable? It can only be charged not in use to avoid heat. Remove three screws securing the top cover. I tried leaving them out. When i press the power button i get nothing, the laptop is lifeless. What do you think the problem is. Any ideas on what I should do next? Anyway, thought that you may be able to help me with something else. Lift up the keyboard and place it upside down on the palmrest.