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SOURCE: How to disassemble Samsung R510 notebook?

Dear ,

To removw the Key board you need to remove three screws and after that you need to remove from top side of keyboard.
You need to remove the screws from base and latches.

I recommend you to refer the same to service center because the mechanical damage will not be covered in future.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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Maybe this video will help you:

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Check out utube.

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On my Lenovo g500 laptop many keys(gh and many) are not working, what should I do?


Connect to external usb keyboard to check. If works ok, your keyboard is defective and you should change it.
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Change hard drive in Samsung np700z5b-s01ub


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Not being funny? OK, I'm sorry.
(BUT don't pretend like you haven't thought about it, lol!)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krxKP-_LCYk

Yes. You have to remove the screws at that speed. I wanna' see sum smoke!

(NO, you gonna' believe that? Geez)

At 1:22 he has his clubby fingers on the Harddrive.
At 2:40 to 2:56 he removes the Harddrive.

A note on removal.
'Mr.Speedy' there didn't show proper removal.

After the harddrive data cable is disconnected, (Yes, I am assuming data cable), and the mounting screws are removed from the Harddrive Caddy; the Harddrive is slid towards the outside of the case by the strap.

THEN gently lift up on the back of it, at an angle. (Outside of case side; is the Back of the Harddrive)

The Harddrive Caddy is the sheet metal enclosure, mounted to the Harddrive, and the unit is then mounted to the laptop with the caddy.

There are Philips head(?) screws to remove, from each side of the caddy; then remove the Harddrive.

One LITTLE thing missing from this video;

An ESD WRIST STRAP.

In all fairness he seems to be working on an Anti-Static Mat, of some sort.
HOWEVER, you should still wear an ESD wrist strap, or ESD ankle strap.

(He's wearing an ESD ankle strap, Joe.

Sure. And I'm Brad Pitt)

Average cost is $3 to $6. One example,

http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2103245

[It isn't just a wire with an alligator clip on one end, and the other end of the wire connected to a small metal plate; that contacts the skin of your wrist.
There is also a Capacitor in the line, (Wire ]

I connect to an unpainted surface, of the metal frame of an open, empty desktop computer case. I feel an Anti-Static Mat is unwarranted, and can expound on that.

You can set a large metal serving tray (Unpainted), on the table you're working on; and connect to it.
Or perhaps a large metal knickknack. (Unpainted)

Am I being too cautious?
Don't think so.

I would rather pay a few bucks for Insurance, than possibly take the chance of Static shocking a laptop out.

For additional questions please post in a Comment.

Regards,
joecoolvette

[Your body carries Static electricity. Static WILL fry out (Short Circuit), the delicate hardware components inside a computer.
Laptop or Desktop.

The Processor (CPU) is the MOST susceptible hardware component, to Static Shock ]

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How to remove samsung RF511 keyboard


I was actually travelling throughout central America and even in December it gets unbearable with the heat, so I sweated on certain keys that shorted out. I have the Samsung rf511 laptop. I just googled "laptop repair" for my city and called. They offered to put in the keyboard free and only charge for the keyboard itself. they say around 50 bucks for the keyboard but i've found ones for 20 on ebay.

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I got problem with key pad of *,5,C, and center joystick button on my sony ericsson k770i...can u help me on how to solve the problem..?? tqvm...


emove sticky tape securing the keyboard cable to back of the keyboard.Part of the keyboard cable is glued to the keyboard. Carefully separate the cable from the keyboard.Start peeling off the aluminum protective film Remove the protective film. After the protective film is removed it's really hard to attach it back to the keyboard because it's deformed.Most laptop keyboards have some kind of plastic separators.
These separators secured on the back of the keyboard.
Plastic pins are melted on the back of the keyboard and retain separators in place.Push all plastic pins though wholes on the keyboard.Start removing the separator.The plastic separator has been removed.
Now you'll have to remove all key caps.
Before you start removing key caps, make a picture or xerocopy of the keyboard so you know the order in which keys are attached to the keyboard.In order to remove the key cap carefully lift it up with your fingers.Remove the key cap so the hinge underneath stays connected to the keyboard.
Some big keys have a different design.
In addition to the hinge, some big keys (Back space or Space bar for example) might have an additional support bracket.Remove the key cap with the support bracket. As you see, the key hinge stays connected to the keyboard.Some laptop keyboards might have blank covers on the left and right sides from the up arrow key.Lift up and remove the blank cover.All keyboard key caps and plastic separators have been removed.Now you can start removing key hinges - key lifting mechanisms.Carefully separate the key hinge from the keyboard.
Each key hinge has two parts - external and internal pieces.
When you remove the hinge, try to keep these parts connected to each other the same way they are connected on the keyboard.If the external and internal pieces got separated, you can assemble them together.If you following this guide to repair the keyboard, I would recommend to keep all hinges in the right order.
The keyboard has two sheets laying one on the top of another.
Remove the sheet with silicone (or rubber) nipples.Remove the second sheet with traces.Both sheets have been separated from the keyboard base.The sheet with traces has two layers and all traces are running between these layers.In order to access and repair traces you'll have to separate to layers from each other.The keyboard has been disassemble.
As you see it's not easy to disassemble a laptop keyboard and even harder to put it back together.
Is it worth repairing? Probably not. These days you can find a new laptop keyboard very cheap.

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How can i repaire my kerboard of aser 5920


Remove sticky tape securing the keyboard cable to back of the keyboard.Part of the keyboard cable is glued to the keyboard. Carefully separate the cable from the keyboard.Start peeling off the aluminum protective film Remove the protective film. After the protective film is removed it's really hard to attach it back to the keyboard because it's deformed.Most laptop keyboards have some kind of plastic separators.
These separators secured on the back of the keyboard.
Plastic pins are melted on the back of the keyboard and retain separators in place.Push all plastic pins though wholes on the keyboard.Start removing the separator.The plastic separator has been removed.
Now you'll have to remove all key caps.
Before you start removing key caps, make a picture or xerocopy of the keyboard so you know the order in which keys are attached to the keyboard.In order to remove the key cap carefully lift it up with your fingers.Remove the key cap so the hinge underneath stays connected to the keyboard.
Some big keys have a different design.
In addition to the hinge, some big keys (Back space or Space bar for example) might have an additional support bracket.Remove the key cap with the support bracket. As you see, the key hinge stays connected to the keyboard.Some laptop keyboards might have blank covers on the left and right sides from the up arrow key.Lift up and remove the blank cover.All keyboard key caps and plastic separators have been removed.Now you can start removing key hinges - key lifting mechanisms.Carefully separate the key hinge from the keyboard.
Each key hinge has two parts - external and internal pieces.
When you remove the hinge, try to keep these parts connected to each other the same way they are connected on the keyboard.If the external and internal pieces got separated, you can assemble them together.If you following this guide to repair the keyboard, I would recommend to keep all hinges in the right order.
The keyboard has two sheets laying one on the top of another.
Remove the sheet with silicone (or rubber) nipples.Remove the second sheet with traces.Both sheets have been separated from the keyboard base.The sheet with traces has two layers and all traces are running between these layers.In order to access and repair traces you'll have to separate to layers from each other.The keyboard has been disassemble.
As you see it's not easy to disassemble a laptop keyboard and even harder to put it back together.
Is it worth repairing? Probably not. These days you can find a new laptop keyboard very cheap.

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Need to replace broken key on keybord. plastic appartus on key underside broke


Remove sticky tape securing the keyboard cable to back of the keyboard.Part of the keyboard cable is glued to the keyboard. Carefully separate the cable from the keyboard.Start peeling off the aluminum protective film Remove the protective film. After the protective film is removed it's really hard to attach it back to the keyboard because it's deformed.Most laptop keyboards have some kind of plastic separators.
These separators secured on the back of the keyboard.
Plastic pins are melted on the back of the keyboard and retain separators in place.Push all plastic pins though wholes on the keyboard.Start removing the separator.The plastic separator has been removed.
Now you'll have to remove all key caps.
Before you start removing key caps, make a picture or xerocopy of the keyboard so you know the order in which keys are attached to the keyboard.In order to remove the key cap carefully lift it up with your fingers.Remove the key cap so the hinge underneath stays connected to the keyboard.
Some big keys have a different design.
In addition to the hinge, some big keys (Back space or Space bar for example) might have an additional support bracket.Remove the key cap with the support bracket. As you see, the key hinge stays connected to the keyboard.Some laptop keyboards might have blank covers on the left and right sides from the up arrow key.Lift up and remove the blank cover.All keyboard key caps and plastic separators have been removed.Now you can start removing key hinges - key lifting mechanisms.Carefully separate the key hinge from the keyboard.
Each key hinge has two parts - external and internal pieces.
When you remove the hinge, try to keep these parts connected to each other the same way they are connected on the keyboard.If the external and internal pieces got separated, you can assemble them together.If you following this guide to repair the keyboard, I would recommend to keep all hinges in the right order.
The keyboard has two sheets laying one on the top of another.
Remove the sheet with silicone (or rubber) nipples.Remove the second sheet with traces.Both sheets have been separated from the keyboard base.The sheet with traces has two layers and all traces are running between these layers.In order to access and repair traces you'll have to separate to layers from each other.The keyboard has been disassemble.
As you see it's not easy to disassemble a laptop keyboard and even harder to put it back together.
Is it worth repairing? Probably not. These days you can find a new laptop keyboard very cheap.

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Alot of keys aren't working.


================================= I have the same problem wih my Dell Inspiron 8000 and it had a keyboard issue with keys I, J, N, PgUp, H not working.
ut when I took off my keyboard and reseated the ribbon connector and it's been working since then.
=================================== Please read instruction for keyboard replacement: http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/ins1300/en/sm/keyboard.htm =================================== If it still not working I suggest you get a keyboard replacement. ================================== Disassembly Tutorial for your Laptop: http://www.insidemylaptop.com/remove-motherboard-repair-dc-power-jack-dell-inspiron-1300-b120-b130-laptop/ ==================================
Let me know if you need further assistance. Please Rate. Thanks and More Power!

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How to disassemble Samsung R510 notebook?


Dear ,

To removw the Key board you need to remove three screws and after that you need to remove from top side of keyboard.
You need to remove the screws from base and latches.

I recommend you to refer the same to service center because the mechanical damage will not be covered in future.

Mar 09, 2010 | Samsung P30 Notebook

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Need to disassemble


to remove the keyboard on the cf-18 keyboard you must remove the 4 screwsby the ESC, F4, F10, and PAUSE key. once removed lift the 2 covers and holding the keyboard from Function key sides lift up slowly. There are 4 sticky tapes holding the keyboard, once some of the tapes are off you can slide the keyboard up towards the LCD to remove. The connector to the keyboard can be removed by removing 3 screws from the aluminum center cover found under the keyboard

Jul 17, 2009 | Panasonic TOUGHBOOK CF-18 Tablet PC

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