Replacing LCD screen on Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W

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Replacing LCD screen on Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W.

Today I’ll be replacing failed LCD screen assembly on a Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W laptop. I’m replacing the screen because of failed digitizer. The touch screen started showing bubbles and registering phantom touches on the screen.

In Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W laptop the LCD screen permanently attached (glued) to the digitizer. If either of them failed, the entire LCD assembly has to be replaced.

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How to disassemble Toshiba Kira

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How to disassemble Toshiba Kira.

In this guide I explain how to disassemble a Toshiba Kira ultrabook. I show how to remove all main internal components and separate the display panel from the laptop base.

If you want to replace the LCD screen, it’s necessary to remove the display panel first. The display removal shown in the steps 17-18.

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How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite L55 L55D L50 L50D

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How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite L55 L55D L50 L50D

Today I show how to disassemble Toshiba Satellite L55 L55D L50 L50D laptops. This guide will work for the following Toshiba Satellite models and configurations:

 

  • L55-A5186, L55-A5184, L55-A5226, L55-A5234, L55-A5278, L55-A5284, L55-A5284NR, L55-A5299, L55-A5351, L55-A5385
  • L55D-A5252, L55D-A5293, L55D-A5349, L55D-A5162RM, L55D-A5238, L55D-A5260RM, L55D-A5320, L55D-A5364, L55D-A5380RM, L55D-C5204R
  • L50, L50D-A, L50D-A5172FM, L50D-A5172WM, L50D-ABT3N22, L50D-ABT3N22, L50D-ASP5365WM, L50D-ASP5366FM, L50D-ASP5368WM, L50D-AST2NX1

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How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite C55D C55

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How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite C55D C55

In this post I show how to disassemble Toshiba Satellite C55D C55 laptops. In the first part I will take apart the laptop base and in the second part will remove the LCD screen.

You can use this disassembly guide for the following Toshiba Satellite models:

  • C55D-A5107, C55D-A5108, C55D-A5102, C55D-A5146, C55D-A5150, C55D-A5163, C55D-A5170, C55D-A5175, C55D-A5201, C55D-A5206
  • C55-A5100, C55-A5104, C55-A5105, C55-A5126, C55-5137, C55-5140, C55-A5166, C55-A5172, C55-A5180, C55-A5180
  • C50-A, C55-A, C50D-A, C55D-A

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How to disassemble Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W

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Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W disassembly guide

Today I will disassemble a Toshiba Satellite Radius P55W laptop.

I will show how to access and remove the battery, hard drive, memory, cooling fan, DC jack, keyboard and other internal components.

There are a few different models but the teardown process should be the same or very similar for the following Toshiba Satellite Radius configurations:

  • P55W-B5112 (shown in this guide)
  • P55W-B5162SM
  • P55W-B5181SM
  • P55W-B5201SL
  • P55W-B5220
  • P55W-B5224
  • P55W-B5260SM
  • P55W-B5318
  • P55W-B5318D
  • P55W-B5380SM

For Satellite P55W-C series check out this P55W-C5316 disassembly guide.

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How to clean fan in Toshiba Satellite P305D

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In this guide I explain how to clean the cooling fan in a Toshiba Satellite P305D laptop. Also this guide should work for the following Toshiba models: Satellite P300, Satellite P300D, Satellite P305.

My customer complained that his computer overheats and shuts off while running a game. Apparently, the heat sink got clogged with dust and needed a good cleaning.

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Broken power button on Toshiba A70 A75 P30 P35

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The power button on your Toshiba Satellite A70/A75 or Satellite P30/P35 laptop got broken. It was pushed into the case and now you cannot turn on the laptop. What could be done to fix the problem?

The power button is a part of the top cover assembly. It’s permanently attached to the top cover with a few plastic bridges. When the power button pushed into the case, it means one or more plastic bridges are broken.

In order to fix the power button you’ll have to replace the top cover assembly.

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