Question about Acer Computers & Internet
I want to dissamble to clean dust inside the laptop.
Before you go through complete disassembly, you might want to just 'blow' the dust out. Its much easier, less prone to error, and achieves the same result; All you'll need is an air compressor with a spray nozzle attached, and a minimum 25-30lbs pressure.
Turn off the computer, and unplug the power cord.
Remove any removable cover - memory, wifi/mini-pci, hard drive, and pull out the battery.
Place the laptop, closed, upside down on a table or work surface, and hold the end of the air compressor's spray nozzle first against the fan vents while spraying air into the laptop casing. (You should see a cloud of dust burst out)
If there are more fane vents(there usually are), blow out each one in turn.
Hold the nozzle four inches or so away from the memory access, and blow air into the casing. Do the same for hard drive panel, and any other open vent or panel.
Close the hdd, memory, and wifi panels, and any other open panel, turn the laptop upright and open the screen.
Holding the air nozzle a few inches(four-six) above the laptop, carefully spray the keyboard(too close, and you risk blowing out the rubber pads that lift the keys).
Finally, wait a few minutes for any condensation to evaporate, and you're ready to go.
Posted on Feb 10, 2009
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