Posts tagged Disassembly

HP Pavilion DV2000 Disassembly

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Jon disassembles a malfunctioning laptop. See his tools, methods, and pet rabbit! This is my first go at making a video like this and already I see things that I will do better in the future. The repair is continued in the reassembly video, found here: www.youtube.com For those of you who are working on this model and need additional help, the service manual can be found here: h10032.www1.hp.com Though be careful, depending on the exact model you have, numbers and locations of screws can differ from what is shown in the service manual
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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HP DV4 Take Apart / Disassembly to Clean CPU Fan

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In this video, I take apart a HP DV4 to clean the dust out of the vents and fan because the airflow was almost completely blocked. Table of Contents: Removal of: Battery 0:12 Memory 0:28 Wireless LAN WLAN: 0:45 Hard Drive HDD: 0:59 CD ROM 1:05 Keyboard: 2:12 Power Button assembly 2:20 Wireless Antenna 2:40 Speakers 3:20 Display assembly LCD Screen 3:30 Laptop Case cover 4:20 Modem 5:20 Motherboard 5:30 DUST! 5:37 CPU Heat Sink assembly 5:49 Cleaning and applying new thermal paste: 5:55 Reassembly 6:56 If you are having problems with your computer, we can help! We have been doing free estimates since 2000. Please send me a message or check out our website: www.FastVideoTech.com


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Sony Vaio Disassembly to fix POWER / CHARGING Problem.

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In this video I replace the DC Jack or power plug (power port) of a Sony Vaio VPCCW23FX laptop. Table Of Contents: Removal of: Battery 0:12 Hard drive 0:24 RAM Memory 1:39 Laptop Case 1:48 DC Jack 2:44Reassembly 2:56 If you are having problems with your computer I can help! Please send me a message or check out www.FastVideoTech.com If you plan on working on your laptop, please take notes and take your time. This video makes things look very easy. Some connectors will fall apart easier than they will disconnect and can take several minutes to slowly work apart. It is VERY easy to break small components that are expensive to replace. Depending on your individual skill level you may have more of a chance of breaking something than fixing something so if your laptop is important to you, please let an experienced technician handle it. I have over 10 years experience working with computers. I will try my best to answer questions but please keep them related to the video and the work being done. Thank you for watching! Please subscribe. www.FastVideoTech.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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Dell Inspiron e1505 Disassembly For CPU Fan Replacement

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In this video I replace the CPU Fan of a Dell Inspiron e1505 laptop. Table of Contents: Removal of: Battery 0:13 CD Rom Drive 0:43 RAM memory 0:47 Hard Drive HDD 0:49 Power Button Assembly 0:54 Keyboard 1:03 LCD Flex Cable 1:14 LCD Screen Assembly 1:30 Top Case 2:13 CPU Fan 2:28 CPU Heat Sink 2:45 Applying Thermal Paste 3:45Reassembly 4:00 If you are having problems with your computer I can help! Please send me a message or check out www.FastVideoTech.com If you plan on working on your laptop, please take notes and take your time. This video makes things look very easy. Some connectors will fall apart easier than they will disconnect and can take several minutes to slowly work apart. It is VERY easy to break small components that are expensive to replace. Depending on your individual skill level you may have more of a chance of breaking something than fixing something so if your laptop is important to you, please let an experienced technician handle it. I have over 10 years experience working with computers. I will try my best to answer questions but please keep them related to the video and the work being done. Thank you for watching! Please subscribe. www.FastVideoTech.com


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Nokia N9 Disassembly & Assembly – Battery & Case Replacement

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Screen Replacement www.youtube.com Skip Intro 0:38 Battery Out 4:22 Mainboard Out 6:18 Headphone socket 10:42 Loudspeaker in 16:00 Battery In 16:50 Screen on 20:45 DIY Repairs will void any warranty but may save you lots of money!


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Toshiba Satillite L-455 Laptop computer disassembly, repair and reassembly

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Toshiba Satillite L-455 Laptop computer disassembly, repair and reassembly

In this video I’m repairing the AC power port on a Toshiba Satillite L-455 laptop. I remove the harddrive, ram, dvd drive, keyboard and of course the battery so that I can crack the laptop open to gain access to the ac port. Here’s a link to a really good trouble shooting guide – pcsupport.about.com
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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Complete Disassembly of the Dell Inspiron 1420 Laptop down to motherboard

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Step by step video on the disassembly of the Dell Inspiron 1420 Series Laptop. We fix the video on these models for .99 including return shipping. Call us anytime at 585-226-1222
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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Toshiba A100 Laptop Repair & Disassembly for Fan Replacement

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Toshiba A100 Laptop Repair & Disassembly for Fan Replacement

This is almost a full disassembly of a Toshiba A100-VA7 Laptop in order to replace the cooling fan. It was fairly easy to do, and I wanted to share this video. I even included a couple mistakes I made while doing it, so I could save someone else the trouble of making similar mistakes. :)


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Full Disassembly of a HP DV7 Series Notebook [Part VI of VI]

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Full Disassembly of a HP DV7 Series Notebook [Part VI of VI]

Link to Part 1: www.youtube.com I show you how to completely disassemble a HP DV7 Series Notebook Computer. The computer was given to me with a suspected bad motherboard. This guide can be used for all of the HP DV7, DV6, and G-Series notebooks built and sold from September 2007 to roughly April 2009. The video series is a six part series that shows even individual component teardown and proper removal of case pieces without damage. I own the rights to this video as it was filmed by me. I am not responsible for any damage you do to you own personal laptop as a result of the use or misuse of this video material. Furthermore, you will void any existing or extended warranty the computer may have by disassembling the computer. I am not responsible if you completely trash your computer. Laptop repairs should always be performed by a trained professional with proper tools and equipment to eliminate ESD. I am a certified and qualified professional who has over 10 years of desktop and laptop repairs and I am certified in the disassembly and repair of HP, Compaq, and Dell laptops and desktops. For the third and final time “I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DAMAGE AS A RESULT OF THE USE OR MISUSE OF THE CONTENT PROVIDED IN THE VIDEOS” Please excuse the video quality as it was filmed with a Motorola Droid with the flash set to always on, so parts can be blurry.Since I also do not have a mount for it, the video tends to wander in some scenes.


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Dell Inspiron 15R , M5010 NoteBook Disassembly Guide,Part 2.wmv

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Dell Inspiron 15R, M5010 NoteBook Disassembly Guide. How to Remove Hard Disk Drive, How to Remove Mainboard How to Remove Processor Hey Guys I’m out of time for now, will add audio and text instructions along with other parts of this video soon, 1: First remove the Battery and all the visible screws on the back of the system 2: Remove rubber, then screws under 3: There are 4 clips holding the keyboard, they are located under the F keys, (F1 ,F7, KEY AFTER F12, AND HOME KEY )With a fine flat screwdriver gently push back the clips and raise the keyboard up, NOTE: there is an adhesive tape under the left side of the keyboard which is tightly holding it in place, raise the right side and try to pry it off with a prying tool, look at the video to see the location of the tape. 4: Remove the 5 screws which is holding the top cover and Disconnect the cables…mouse, usb, video…etc… Take Top cover off. 5: Remove Hard Disk. 6: Locate the 2 screws holding the Mainboard and remove then, ensure all cables are Disconnected and Remember to push the clip holding the MoBo in place. Remove the Mainboard. 7: Remove the Heatsink from the CPU, Unlock the Socket and Remove the Processor For all those people struggling to get their HD out, hope it helps, Will add move details soon. That’s all the time I have for now,
Video Rating: 4 / 5


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