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If you wish to replace or upgrade your CD Drive, use this guide to do so. Replacing a CD Drive is relatively straightforward, and there are only a few parts that need to be removed to complete this task. It is difficult to repair the CD Drive itself, so it’s best to replace the whole thing if you find that the CD Drive is not working.

  1. Remove the black 18 mm screws from the back panel of the laptop using the #000 Phillips screwdriver.
    • Remove the black 18 mm screws from the back panel of the laptop using the #000 Phillips screwdriver.

  2. Separate the keyboard panel from the body of the laptop by wedging the iFixit Opening Tool in between the keyboard panel and the body. The teeth of the casing should make a clicking noise as they’re pulled apart.
    • Separate the keyboard panel from the body of the laptop by wedging the iFixit Opening Tool in between the keyboard panel and the body.

    • The teeth of the casing should make a clicking noise as they’re pulled apart.

  3. Use the Phillips #000 Screwdriver to unscrew the silver 4 mm screw holding the CD Drive in place.
    • Use the Phillips #000 Screwdriver to unscrew the silver 4 mm screw holding the CD Drive in place.

  4. Slide the CD Drive out of the side of the computer by lightly pushing it towards the right side of the laptop. Slide the CD Drive out of the side of the computer by lightly pushing it towards the right side of the laptop. Slide the CD Drive out of the side of the computer by lightly pushing it towards the right side of the laptop.
    • Slide the CD Drive out of the side of the computer by lightly pushing it towards the right side of the laptop.

Conclusione

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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