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
In this guide I will show how to disassemble an Acer Aspire V5-572G-6679.
The guide has two parts. In the first part I explain how to access important components located under the bottom cover.
In the second part I explain how to disassemble the display and remove the screen.
With the following instructions you will be able to disassemble a HP ProBook 4540s.
Also, this guide will work for HP ProBook 4440s and 4441s models.
I will show how to open up the case and access most important internal components.
Today I will be taking apart an Asus Q550LF-BBI7T07.
I will show how to remove the bottom cover and access most internal components.
I am taking it apart in order to replace failed hard drive.
In this guide I’ll be taking apart an Acer Aspire 4830T in order to access and replace the cooling fan.
In my case it started making lots of noise.
In this model there is no easy access to the fan, it’s mounted inside the case, under the keyboard.
In this guide I show how to remove and replace damaged screen on Dell Inspiron N5010 or M5010.
In my case the laptop was dropped and the screen got cracked.
In this guide I explain how to disassemble a Sony Vaio VPCSA laptop.
In my case the full computer product name is: VPCSA4MFY. Model PCG-4121GL.
In this guide I explain how to remove and replace damaged keyboard on a Dell Latitude E6400 laptop.
In this guide I show how to replace failed LCD screen on a HP Pavilion dv6t-6c00 laptop.
These instructions should be the same for HP Pavilion dv6-6000 models.