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Use this guide to replace your USB/SD Card Reader IO Circuit Board. You will need a Phillips #0 screwdriver and a plastic opening tool to complete this guide.

  1. First flip over the laptop to expose the back panel
    • First flip over the laptop to expose the back panel

    • Use a Phillips #0 screwdriver to unscrew all ten 7mm Phillips head screws holding the back panel in place.

  2. With a plastic spudger, carefully remove the back panel by prying each corner off individually
    • With a plastic spudger, carefully remove the back panel by prying each corner off individually

    • Slowly pick up the panel and set it aside

  3. The battery will be the largest black component in the device located near the bottom edge. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3mm Phillips head screws holding in the battery. The battery will be the largest black component in the device located near the bottom edge. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3mm Phillips head screws holding in the battery. The battery will be the largest black component in the device located near the bottom edge. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3mm Phillips head screws holding in the battery.
    • The battery will be the largest black component in the device located near the bottom edge. Using a Phillips #0 screwdriver, unscrew the two 3mm Phillips head screws holding in the battery.

  4. To remove the old battery, slightly lift the bottom edge of the battery with your hands Now slowly pull the battery towards you to fully detach the battery Now slowly pull the battery towards you to fully detach the battery
    • To remove the old battery, slightly lift the bottom edge of the battery with your hands

    • Now slowly pull the battery towards you to fully detach the battery

  5. Unscrew and remove the 2 of the 3mm Phillips head screws holding the hard drive in place.
    • Unscrew and remove the 2 of the 3mm Phillips head screws holding the hard drive in place.

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  7. Lift and hold the hard drive in your left hand. Use your right hand to grab hold of the black wire connector attached on the right of the hard drive.
    • Lift and hold the hard drive in your left hand.

    • Use your right hand to grab hold of the black wire connector attached on the right of the hard drive.

    • Carefully pull the connector away from the hard drive to completely disconnect from the laptop.

  8. Unhook both of the wires attached to the WLAN adaptor.
    • Unhook both of the wires attached to the WLAN adaptor.

  9. Remove the 3.9mm Phillips screw using Phillips #0 screwdriver.
    • Remove the 3.9mm Phillips screw using Phillips #0 screwdriver.

    • Once the screw is removed, one end of the WLAN adaptor will raise up.

  10. Gently remove the WLAN adaptor.
    • Gently remove the WLAN adaptor.

  11. Using the plastic opening tool, unhook the  black cable as shown.
    • Using the plastic opening tool, unhook the black cable as shown.

  12. Gently pull to unplug the speaker cable.
    • Gently pull to unplug the speaker cable.

  13. Using the Phillips  #0 screwdriver, remove the 3.9mm Phillips screw as shown.
    • Using the Phillips #0 screwdriver, remove the 3.9mm Phillips screw as shown.

  14. Gently raise the  USB/SD Card Reader IO Circuit Board and pull the part free from the device.
    • Gently raise the USB/SD Card Reader IO Circuit Board and pull the part free from the device.

Conclusione

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

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