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I would loosen or unscrew the 8? screws that hold the display on, this will loosen it off without everything coming apart, then tilt the screen down, lift the from the bottom of the screen, pry without breaking, take that panel off and see if you can replace or find the part that came out, it maybe screws or another piece. You can probably put it back together if it fell out, then just put the screen plate back on.
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Follow these steps to change the fan:-
Turn off your Fujitsu and remove the main battery from the bottom of the device. Remove the screws on the underside of the laptop with your Phillips screwdriver.
Remove the compartment cover marked "Hard Drive" on the bottom of the laptop and unplug the thick cable connecting the computer to the hard drive. Gently pull the hard drive from its housing.
Turn your laptop right-side up and remove the screws on the backs of the two hinges that support the LCD monitor. Now open your laptop so the screen is facing you.
Insert the tip of your screwdriver under the edge of the thin plastic plate just above the keyboard. Gently pry it up and remove it from the computer. Lift the keyboard up from the top edge and disconnect the data ribbon connecting it to the motherboard. Remove the keyboard and set it aside.
Disconnect the two LCD ribbons that connect the screen to the computer and then unplug the touchpad ribbon connecting the touchpad to the computer.
Remove the screws on the sides of the frame underneath where the keyboard used to sit and remove the frame, exposing the internal components of the laptop.
Locate the square fan in the left corner of the computer and disconnect the single cable that runs from its side to the motherboard.
Remove the screws securing the fan to the computer and replace with the new fan (available from your Fujitsu retailer or online) and reassemble the laptop in the reverse order you took it apart.
change the ram memory ...this issues appear when the ram memory is not functional like it should..if you have a way to borrow some just to try ..you will make an ideea If you have more than one boards in the laptop..remove one by one ..and try to boot with the other/s until you locate the one with problem..
You remove the access cover which is where the power button is right under the screen by sliding it to the left until it comes off.Then you push the keyboard up to the back of the laptop until it will lift up exposing another cover. You remove the second cover and that is where the ram is located.Ram is under the keyboard.
I have opened dozens of these in the past and i have one in front of me at the moment...the easiest way to do it is. Get a blank white sheet of paper. Close your laptop and turn it face down. Remove all the screws underneath.As you remove the screws put them on the white piece of paper.So if you remove the screw from the top right then put the removed screw on the top right of the blank white page.
When you have all the screw removed the first thing to come off is the section at the on/off button (about 1nch thick covers the six buttons and has the display on it) Open the screen flat and fully extended.Remember at the back you will need to clip off on both side the grey plastic piece.(beside 2 usb connections and network port) when this section comes off you will see 2 screws underneath for the keyboard to come off...I think you will get it from here....
PS: watch out for the wireless button on the front left... this can pop off when putting it all back together....I'd say somewhere like maplin is a good place to look for one of these fans when you have it removed....best of luck
Remove the DVD drive, and then there are 4 outer screws holding the hard drive chassis in place. There are also 4 inner screws that hold the hard drive to the removable hard drive chassis, those do not have to be removed to remove the hard drive from the computer. Carefully remove the screws so they don't fall into the holes on the sides of the screws, and then slide the hard drive out of the pin slots.