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Re: not a 5000 but a 2100E ?
You may find dissasembly guides on the internet. However I don't recomand you to dissasemble your laptop unless you have some experience with these kind of things. Also, from the years of computer service I can tell you that when laptops fail it is pretty serious. Naturally they have a lot of protections and failsafe mechanisms in case of internal failure. Can you explain your problem in detail? Maybe the motherboard isn't that ..dead.
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the head and cylinder is on piece and is bolted to the crank case by 4 screws. the crank case will be held together by screws . undo these and pull the two shells apart. The gudgeon pin (piston pin)held in with two small c clips.
my on off switch isnt working so cant put my computer on, PC world says cannot fix it because they are unable to get into the computer. This is only 18 months old! anyone know where I can get it fixed ?
From Howtomendit: key point I missed was that you need to pull the motor apart after you have taken it out of the machine before you can get access to the screws holding the brushes in. (ie: unscrew the four bolts). Not as difficult or scary as it looked!
please read thro first.
first unplug it, pull it out so you have some work space, take off back
plate, remove belt undo (should be white rectangle plastic block with
wire attached), remove green+yellow wire undo bolts which hold motor to
drum, gently ease out motor (please be aware of sharp edges), run
screwdriver down 1 side of motor so you put it back together same way
you took it apart, unscrew 4 bolts that hold motor together take top
bit of dont loose spacer ring, place to 1 side, remove middle comutator
the end the brushes are touching will need a proper clean wd40 maybe
wipe clean with cloth so its not dull let dry, undo carbon brushes,
take plate off also clean then clean what they were attached to when
dry replace in reverse order gently (with new brushes) then replace
back on machine plug back in and test by running spin program found at
bottom of dail if i have my mod/num right let it get to full spin watch
motor if it sparks an looks like blackpool illuminations motors no good
will need new 1 sorry.
Firstly if you haven't already done so remove the door and the old Hinge. You can do this by undoing the screws at the back that hold the top of the machine on and remove the top of machine. Now you will see a piece on the inside where the hinge screws into. Hold onto this piece and undo the screws from the outside. Carefully remove the inside piece (because I dropped mine inside and it took me an age to get it out!!). Now undo the screws on the door and pull it apart. Replace the old hinge and screw door back together. Now holding the inside piece back in original position screw the hinge and back onto the machine. (You might need someone to hold the door in place for you....it makes it much easier). Finally screw the top of the machine back on.
The the ring with 5 like screws is just cover that can be gentle forced out with a flat screwdriver. Then comes off the power control and the rubber gasket. Finally the top cover comes out. Simple.
it is a pain to open these.
1. remove the battery & undo the 4 black screws. LG use a thread locking compound (loctite) on all the screws so they will be a **** to undo.
2.Prise the back cover off.
3. Pop apart the 2 rectangular connectors at the top of the keypad circuit board.
4. Lift the top board slightly & pop apart the ribbon/flex cable from the top board. The big silver bit comes off with the flex cable. There is a small bit of adhesive on this so be gentle.
5. undo the 6 silver screws holding the slide mechanism together & lift the slide off over the flex cable.
6. pop the 2 screw covers off the top of the phone then undo the 6 screws holding the front cover on.
7. pop the flex cable off. then the touch pad connector. then the camera lens connector. Gently pull the screen circuit board out of the front cover. Careful as sometimes the speaker is glued in place.
8. Unclip the lcd connector & gently remove the small battery looking thing (it's got red & blue wires on it) from the back of the lcd panel. It's glued on.
Have fun. It took me ages to work this out.