In this guide I explain how to disassemble a Compaq Presario F700 notebook. The guide might work for some other Compaq and HP models. I think the disassembly steps will be very similar for Compaq Presario F500 and HP G6000 notebook PC. If this guide works for your notebook, please mention the model name in the comments below.
Today I will remove and replace damaged keyboard on a Dell Inspiron 1525 laptop.
I’m replacing it because my customer spilled soda and some keys stopped working.
In this guide I explain how to remove and replace damaged screen on a HP Pavilion dv2000 notebook.
This guide should work for all models in Pavilion dv2000 line.
Before you start, please turn off the computer, unplug the power adapter and remove the battery.
Today I explain how to remove and replace the keyboard on an Alienware Alienware m7700 D9T.
First of all, turn off the notebook, unplug the AC adapter and remove the battery. Make sure you work in static free environment.
In this guide I explain how to disassemble a HP Compaq 6730s 6735s notebook.
I’m taking it apart in order to remove the cooling fan which is mounted under the motherboard. Basically I will take the whole unit apart and remove all internal components one by one.
In this guide I explain how to remove and replace the display panel on a HP Compaq nc6320 (nc6300 series) notebook.
Also you can use this guide for:
1. Replacing the memory module installed in the internal slot.
2. Replacing the keyboard.
3. Replacing the cooling fan.
4. Cleaning the heat sink.
5. Replacing the CMOS (RTC) battery.
In this post I explain how to replace or upgrade memory (RAM) on a Dell Latitude D830 notebook.
Today I explain how to repair damaged power connector also known as power jack in Toshiba Satellite L305 and L355 laptops. I started covering this problem in one of the previous posts.
Also this modification should work for the following models: Toshiba Satellite L300, L305D, L355D, P305, P305D, Pro L300, L350 and more.
I have a list of compatible models (reported by users) at the end of this post.
PROBLEM DESCRIPTION. The power jack gets pushed into the case and gets loose.
I will replace the original plastic jack with a generic metal jack purchased at RadioShack for about $3.
The RadioShack part number is 274-1576. This jack is designed for tip size 5.5mm O.D.x2.5mm I.D. You can order this jack online or pick it up in a local store.
In a Dell Latitude D500 laptop the power jack is soldered to the motherboard. If the laptop loses power intermittently when you wiggle the power plug, most likely the power jack is damaged and has to be repaired. In order to repair the power jack you’ll have to remove the motherboard.
In one of the previous posts I explained how to remove the motherboard from a Dell Latitude D500 but it came out mounted to a metal bracket. You cannot access and repair the power jack while the motherboard is mounted to the metal bracket, it has to be removed first.
OK, let’s prepare the motherboard for the power jack repair.
In this guide I explain how to disassemble a Dell Latitude D500 laptop.
Also, you’ll see how to access and replace all other internal parts.
I had two different problems with the computer.
1. The power jack was damaged. I could have just resoldered the jack but the second problem was more serious.
2. The motherboard couldn’t charge a known good battery. Apparently it had a problem with the battery charging circuit.
So I decided to replace the motherboard.