Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
#1 priority is to disconnect all power including battery. All screws on the bottom of the laptop have a letter which indicates what they are removed for. There is no screws specifically for the fan. You just have to pull all screws and seperate the case. Make sure you keep track of where the screws go. the main thing to remember is when the case is seperate look for the shortest way to get to the fans. Typically each component has a plug. Unplug it and remove it. Try to keep track of the order things are removed. Write it down if need be. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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