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Cannot complete remove the motherboard,

The motherboard seems to be glue or soldered to the monitor

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I had the same thing happen to mine. I had to give up on their tech support after 3 weeks of runaround.

  1. Remove the battery door
  2. Remove the battery
  3. Remove the 2 small silver screws at the bottom back of the unit.
  4. Carefully remove the back plate. There are several plastic clips that hold the front to the back, be gentle and work the back plate side-to-side to get this off without breaking.
  5. Set aside the button pad, this is only set in place and not connected
  6. Carefully lift the main circuit board from the unit and lay it face down. The speaker wires can remain attached to the back plate during this operation.
  7. Grab a soldering iron with a very small point on it. Place the recharging port that fell out back in place. Align the 5 lead wires that protrude from the rear of this port with the 5 pads on the mainboard. There should be enough solder in place already on the board to hold it. Lightly touch the point of your iron to the top of the lead wires and hold the iron there just long enough to melt the solder under it. Do this for all 5 pads. DO NOT cause a solder branch between the leads or you will short this out.
  8. Once the electrical connections are reestablished, do something to reenforce the connection between the port itself and the board. The original design is very weak here. I would recommend a dab of hot glue or super glue on each side of the port.
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If this motherboard is a multi-layer motherboard then it is impossible to repair.
You can try to repair the motherboard by glueing the broken piece onto the motherboard with epoxy glue. Then identify the broken power circuit tracks between both parts of the circuit board, and then solder wires across these tracks or to the closest solder connections to re-establish the electrical connections on the motherboard.
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There is often also some glue holding the top side of the capacitor steady so just peel what you can right off and pull hard enough to break the remaining glue's grip once the solder joint is loose.

Good luck and please post back if this helps at all.

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There's nothing much you can do at this stage apart from get another keyboard with a function key and try to switch screens, other than that you could check the inverter board & connections there.

Remove the screen bezel, At the bottom of the screen you will see an elongated piece of circuit board with wires coming from either end covered by frosted plastic.
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Look on the back of the inverter itself for a copper coil, if you re-solder the solder points around the coil you may find it works again as components that suffer from extreme heat the solder joints dry causing bad connections, re-floating the solder solves the problem in 90% of cases.



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Possible failures could include the following:
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  3. Check the monitor cable for bent/broken pins. I have seen bent pins on a cable connection short out a video card, this could cause a no post if the video is integrated.
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Capacitors look like cylinders mounted vertically on the pcb.

If you look at the printing on the board, there should be a label close to the capacitors such as C201, or XC330.

Usually a C in the label will indicate a capacitor.

They will be wrapped in a plastic jacket. The jacket will have writing on it, and usually a stripe down one side. The stripe indicates the negative lead (each cap will have two leads, negative and positive).
If the cap has a rounded top (domed) instead of a flat top, it is likely bad. You may even see that the component has split at the top, into four pie shaped wedges. This is also an indication of a bad cap. Lastly, the jacket is "heat shrunk" onto the metal cylinder. This usually causes the plastic jacket to overlap the top of the cylinder, which will show up as a donut shaped ring around the top of the cylinder. Some times if the cap is leaking, it will heat up causing the ring to shrink further so that the top of the cap will be completely exposed metal, with no plastic ring framing it. This also indicates a bad cap.

You can get the value from reading the print on the side of the cylinder. The values should be printed down the side of the cap, such as: 1000uF 16V, or 470uF 25V.

This is read as one thousand micro Farads at sixteen Volts, or four hundred seventy micro Farads at twenty five Volts (the u will actually be the Greek letter mu).

You will need a solder ****** to remove the solder from the caps on the solder side of the pcb (under $20), a soldering iron and some solder.

**** the solder after heating it with the iron, use the tip of the iron to carefully unbend the legs of the capacitors if needed.

Install the new caps making sure to observe the polarity. There will either be a mark in the board indicating where the negative lead should go, or a small + showing where the positive lead should go. Solder the leads and cut off the excess.

Make sure you get caps that are not larger physically than the originals or you may not be able to fit them into the same spot. (older capacitors are bigger than the same value newer capacitors).

Hopefully, you will only have three to six caps.

The lucky people will find only one bad cap, unlucky people will find up to ten bad caps, some in the power circuit, some in the inverter circuit, and some on the main board.

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