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I've to open it. I unscrewed the 3 little screws in the back ( near the 2 AA slots) but I'm unable to doing it apart...
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The power jack inside of the toshiba satellite 2455-s30x is NOT soldiered to the motherboard!! WOOHOO!! It actually sits on a set of rails. It easily slides out and is removed from the motherboard with a snap. Very simple and easy to replace. I know, because I have a 2455-s305 and mine just broke! I got it out, and was super happy to see that it is not a part of the motherboard. Now where do I get one?!?!
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
Yepp, you need to separate the keyboard. You do that by remove the screw behinde the hinges. So dont pull out the screws under the laptop. When you removed the screws from the hinges, pull the keyboard up and backwards, be care, its all plastic and very very easy to breake.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
SOURCE: Hi i'm trying to take
take all the screws off the bottom (including the screws hidden by the optical drive), turn the laptop over, open it. there is a small strip of plastic right above the keyboard, pry it loose and remove the 4 screws from underneath to release the keyboard. disconnect all the exposed ribbon cables and any other cable connector that you can see. once you've done this pick a spot on one of the edges to start prying it apart. Use a small screw driver or plastic pry tool if you need it. (on this model I started with the top right hand corner.)
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
Further reading of you posts tell me that there is a screw missing as you say so screws are needed to keep parts together. Without them inserted things are loose especially when doing the lid back and forth. It may make noises because of the missing screw or screws. "Replace" the screws that are missing. This should stop that noise.....John
Posted on May 13, 2012
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