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はじめに

Replacing the power jack is an involved process. In order to reach this part it is necessary to remove several laptop hardware components. Follow the steps of this guide in order to complete the project.

  1. Place the computer upside down, with the battery pack facing away from you.
    • Place the computer upside down, with the battery pack facing away from you.

  2. Remove the battery by pushing out the locks on either end then pushing the battery away from you. Remove the battery by pushing out the locks on either end then pushing the battery away from you.
    • Remove the battery by pushing out the locks on either end then pushing the battery away from you.

  3. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 4.5mm screw on the ODD/HDD Memory panel.
    • Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 4.5mm screw on the ODD/HDD Memory panel.

  4. Pull the panel towards you to release it, then lift it off the computer. Pull the panel towards you to release it, then lift it off the computer.
    • Pull the panel towards you to release it, then lift it off the computer.

  5. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 4.5mm screw next to the label “ODD."
    • Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 4.5mm screw next to the label “ODD."

    • Remove the three 4.5mm screws from around the memory drive nest.

  6. Using the J1 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the thirteen 9.5mm screws from the panel that cover the bottom of the computer.
    • Using the J1 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the thirteen 9.5mm screws from the panel that cover the bottom of the computer.

  7. Begin removing the computer casing by prying beside the disk drive with the iFixit opening tool and the spudger,  working counterclockwise. Lift the panel from the computer. Lift the panel from the computer.
    • Begin removing the computer casing by prying beside the disk drive with the iFixit opening tool and the spudger, working counterclockwise.

    • Lift the panel from the computer.

  8. Remove the disc drive by pulling it towards the outside of the computer.
    • Remove the disc drive by pulling it towards the outside of the computer.

  9. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the two 7mm screws that hold down the plug-in to the disc drive. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the two 7mm screws that hold down the plug-in to the disc drive.
    • Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the two 7mm screws that hold down the plug-in to the disc drive.

  10. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 3.5mm screw from the chip connected to the USB ports.
    • Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 3.5mm screw from the chip connected to the USB ports.

  11. Using the tweezers, gently pry up the chip and ports, and unthread the wire from its holders, without crimping the wires. Using the tweezers, gently pry up the chip and ports, and unthread the wire from its holders, without crimping the wires.
    • Using the tweezers, gently pry up the chip and ports, and unthread the wire from its holders, without crimping the wires.

  12. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 4.5mm screw holding down the chip next to the power prongs where the battery connects. Gently pull the chip from its connector.
    • Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the 4.5mm screw holding down the chip next to the power prongs where the battery connects.

    • Gently pull the chip from its connector.

  13. Gently pull up the aluminum strip from the top right corner of the computer and unthread the wire from the holders using the tweezers, without crimping the wire or tearing the aluminum. Gently pull up the aluminum strip from the top right corner of the computer and unthread the wire from the holders using the tweezers, without crimping the wire or tearing the aluminum.
    • Gently pull up the aluminum strip from the top right corner of the computer and unthread the wire from the holders using the tweezers, without crimping the wire or tearing the aluminum.

  14. Disconnect the wire screen connection from its port by pulling upwards.
    • Disconnect the wire screen connection from its port by pulling upwards.

  15. Gently pull up the speaker towers from either end of the computer. Gently pull up the speaker towers from either end of the computer.
    • Gently pull up the speaker towers from either end of the computer.

  16. Using the blunt tweezers, unthread the wires that connect the motherboard to the speakers from their holders, without crimping the wires. Using the blunt tweezers, unthread the wires that connect the motherboard to the speakers from their holders, without crimping the wires.
    • Using the blunt tweezers, unthread the wires that connect the motherboard to the speakers from their holders, without crimping the wires.

  17. Using the iFixit opening tool, gently pry up the plastic clasp that holds the keyboard power circuit down, and pull out the strip from the connection. Using the iFixit opening tool, gently pry up the plastic clasp that holds the keyboard power circuit down, and pull out the strip from the connection.
    • Using the iFixit opening tool, gently pry up the plastic clasp that holds the keyboard power circuit down, and pull out the strip from the connection.

  18. Pull out the plastic cover to release the Kotl strip, then pull out the strip.
    • Pull out the plastic cover to release the Kotl strip, then pull out the strip.

  19. Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the four 4.5mm screws from the corners of the motherboard. Lift the motherboard from the computer.
    • Using the J0 Japanese Industrial Standard screwdriver, remove the four 4.5mm screws from the corners of the motherboard.

    • Lift the motherboard from the computer.

  20. Locate the power jack on the corner of the motherboard. Locate the four connectors that hold the power jack to the motherboard.
    • Locate the power jack on the corner of the motherboard.

    • Locate the four connectors that hold the power jack to the motherboard.

  21. Using the Soldering Station, remove the power jack from the four connectors. Using the Soldering Station, remove the power jack from the four connectors.
    • Using the Soldering Station, remove the power jack from the four connectors.

  22. Solder the new power jack in place by reattaching the four connectors.
    • Solder the new power jack in place by reattaching the four connectors.

終わりに

After soldering the new power jack in place, reassemble your device by following these instructions in reverse order.

Noah Broyles

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