In this guide I explain how to disassemble an Acer Aspire F5-573 Series laptop. Model number N16Q2. In this particular case I’m taking apart an Aspire F5-573G-78R2.Continued
In this guide I will show how to disassemble an Acer Aspire E5-575 series laptop. Model number N16Q2.
This is an Aspire E5-575G-57D4 configuration (7th generation Intel Core i5) manufactured in 2017.
Removing and replacing the LCD screen on an Acer Aspire E 15 (E5-574G-54Y2) laptop is a relatively easy procedure.
All disassembly steps should be the same or very similar for all other models in the Acer Aspire E 15 family.
The screen is mounted under the display bezel which is attached to the display back cover. It’s easier to remove the bezel if you start from the side.
In this guide I’ll be taking apart Acer Aspire E15 Model E5-573-77S3. The disassembly process is relatively easy.
As always, keep track of screws. For this guide I’ll need a Phillips screwdriver, plastic case opener and tweezers.
In this guide I will be taking apart an Acer Aspire S3-391-6497 Ultrabook.
I will show how to remove the bottom cover in order to access the cooling fan, SATA hard drive, mSATA SSD drive and other internal components.
In the following guide I will take apart an Acer Aspire 4743 series laptop.
In my case the full model name is: Aspire 4743z-4861.
In this guide I will take apart an Acer Aspire V5-571 series laptop.
The main purpose of this disassembly is removing and replacing the hard drive which is mounted under the palm rest.
In the following guide I will disassemble an Acer Aspire V3-551-8469 laptop in order to remove the cooling fan.
The fan is mounted deep inside the case, under the motherboard.
In this guide I explain how to disassemble an Acer Aspire 5250 laptop.
In my example I’m working with Aspire 5250-0437 model.
In the first part of the guide I will take apart the laptop base (steps 1-20).
In the second part I will disassemble the display panel (steps 21-29).
Today I will be taking apart an Acer Aspire E1-531-2438 laptop.
My goal is to access and replace the cooling fan which failed and started making noise. Cleaning the fan didn’t help.
Most likely this guide will fork for other Aspire E1 series models. Continued