はじめに

Use this guide if your computer is not responding even after you have replaced the battery and power components.

  1. Using a plastic opening tool, remove the two rubber tabs circled in red. Using a plastic opening tool, remove the two rubber tabs circled in red.
    • Using a plastic opening tool, remove the two rubber tabs circled in red.

  2. Remove both of the 8mm Phillips #2 screws from these slots where the rubber caps were removed. Remove both of the 8mm Phillips #2 screws from these slots where the rubber caps were removed.
    • Remove both of the 8mm Phillips #2 screws from these slots where the rubber caps were removed.

  3. Slide the tab to pop the battery out of its holder. Pull the battery out of its slot.
    • Slide the tab to pop the battery out of its holder.

    • Pull the battery out of its slot.

  4. Remove the three 4mm Phillips #2 screws from the open battery slot as shown. Remove the two 5mm Phillips #2 screws.
    • Remove the three 4mm Phillips #2 screws from the open battery slot as shown.

    • Remove the two 5mm Phillips #2 screws.

  5. Begin prying up on the plate as shown in the pictures. Begin prying up on the plate as shown in the pictures. Begin prying up on the plate as shown in the pictures.
    • Begin prying up on the plate as shown in the pictures.

  6. Detach the single connector using your plastic opening tool.
    • Detach the single connector using your plastic opening tool.

    • Remove the speaker bar.

  7. With the computer upside down, lift up on the rubber cap on the back plate to access the captive Phillips #2 screw.
    • With the computer upside down, lift up on the rubber cap on the back plate to access the captive Phillips #2 screw.

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  9. Retract the Phillips #2 screw until the cover is loose.
    • Retract the Phillips #2 screw until the cover is loose.

    • The screw will not come all the way out.

  10. Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed. Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed. Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed.
    • Pry around the edges of the plate using a plastic opening tool until the plate is removed.

  11. Remove the six 8mm Phillips #2 screws to remove the display. Remove the two 4mm Phillips #2 screws. Remove the two 4mm Phillips #2 screws.
    • Remove the six 8mm Phillips #2 screws to remove the display.

    • Remove the two 4mm Phillips #2 screws.

  12. Remove the four rubber tabs circled in green on the bottom of the device. Remove the five 4mm #2 Phillips screws. Remove the two 8mm #2 Phillips screws.
    • Remove the four rubber tabs circled in green on the bottom of the device.

    • Remove the five 4mm #2 Phillips screws.

    • Remove the two 8mm #2 Phillips screws.

    • Remove the two 1cm #2 Phillips screws.

  13. Pry around the keyboard on the top topside as shown to remove it from shell. Pry around the keyboard on the top topside as shown to remove it from shell. Pry around the keyboard on the top topside as shown to remove it from shell.
    • Pry around the keyboard on the top topside as shown to remove it from shell.

  14. Remove the four connectors using your pry tool. The keyboard will now be separated from the main computer. The keyboard will now be separated from the main computer.
    • Remove the four connectors using your pry tool.

    • The keyboard will now be separated from the main computer.

  15. First, remove the two 7mm #2 Phillips screws circled in red to fold the silver plate over. Remove all the connectors shown in the orange squares. You may need to use your plastic opening tool for the smaller ones. Remove all the connectors shown in the orange squares. You may need to use your plastic opening tool for the smaller ones.
    • First, remove the two 7mm #2 Phillips screws circled in red to fold the silver plate over.

    • Remove all the connectors shown in the orange squares. You may need to use your plastic opening tool for the smaller ones.

  16. Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small wireless card located in the top left. Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small wireless card located in the top left. Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small wireless card located in the top left.
    • Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small wireless card located in the top left.

  17. Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small power button card in the top right. Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small power button card in the top right.
    • Remove the three #2 Phillips screws from the small power button card in the top right.

  18. Remove the two #2 Phillips screws for the audio card located in the bottom right.
    • Remove the two #2 Phillips screws for the audio card located in the bottom right.

  19. Remove all 8mm #2 Phillips screws . Remove all 2mm #2 Phillips screws. Remove all 3mm #2 Phillips screws.
    • Remove all 8mm #2 Phillips screws .

    • Remove all 2mm #2 Phillips screws.

    • Remove all 3mm #2 Phillips screws.

    • Remove all 7mm #2 Phillips screws.

    • Remove all 4mm #2 Phillips screws.

  20. When all the screws are removed, pry up on the edges of the circuit board. You may need your plastic opening tool to access the edges.
    • When all the screws are removed, pry up on the edges of the circuit board. You may need your plastic opening tool to access the edges.

まとめ

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

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