In this guide I disassemble a Dell Inspiron 15 7569 2-in-1 (model P58F) laptop. It’s likely this disassembly guide will fit some other Inspiron 7000 2-in1 series computers.
Here are some of the Dell Inspiron 15 7569 design features that make this model easily serviceable:
– The cooling fan can be removed and replaced without heatsink removal.
– The motherboard has two memory slots.
– The DC power jack is not soldered to the motherboard and can be easily replaced if necessary.
– The keyboard is not permanently attached to the top case and can be replaced separately.
Remove all screws from the base cover.
Start separating the base cover from the top case assembly on the rear side of the laptop. Remove the base cover.
Remove two screw securing the battery on the left side. Disconnect the battery cable from the motherboard.
Dell Inspiron 15 7569 battery type: WDX0R.
Remove one screw securing the solid state drive. Pull the SSD out.
Dell Inspiron 15 7569 solid state drive interface: M.2 SATA (SATA 3 – 6Gb/s).
Remove two screws from the cooling fan and disconnect the fan cable.
Remove the fan.
Remove one screw securing the DC power jack. Disconnect the DC jack cable from the motherboard.
Remove the DC power jack.
Remove one screw from the Wi-Fi card bracket. Remove the bracket.
Disconnect two antenna cables from the wireless card. Remove one screw securing the card. Pull the wireless card out.
Remove one screw from the power button/volume control board. Disconnect the cable from the I/O board.
Remove the power button/volume control board.
Remove two screws from the USB/SD card reader board. Disconnect the I/O cable from the motherboard.
I will leave the RTC battery connected to the board. The RTC battery is glued to the top case with adhesive tape. Un-glue the battery before removing the USB/SD card reader board.
Here’s how to disconnect the I/O cable. Lift up the connector locking bracket first (red arrow) and after that pull the cable out (yellow arrow).
Remove the USB/SD card reader board. The RTC battery is still attached to the board.
Remove five screws securing the motherboard (red) and two screws from the USB-C port bracket (green).
Disconnect the keyboard/touchpad cable (orange), two display cables (yellow and blue) and one speaker cable (pink).
Remove the USB-C port bracket.
Here’s how to release the keyboard/touchpad cable. Lift up the locking tab (red arrow) to unlock the connector and pull the cable out.
Unlock the display cable connector and pull the cable out.
Disconnect the second display cable.
Separate the motherboard from the top case assembly and remove it.
Here’s the other side of the motherboard.
Open the display panel 180 degrees. Remove two screws securing the left and right display hinges.
Lift up and remove the display panel.
As I mentioned earlier, the Dell Inspiron 15 7569 keyboard can be removed. In order to remove the keyboard it’s necessary to remove the keyboard bracket first (secured by 16 screws) and after removing the bracket you can access and remove the keyboard (11 more screws).
This official Dell Inspiron 15 7000 7569 Series 2-in-1 service manual pdf will be helpful if you need more detailed disassembly instructions.