There is a screw on the underside holding it in place (the one adjacent to the end of the grill, Counting from the power socket, it's the second one towards the front. Unscrew this and pull out the drive by the drawer. If you can't open the drawer normally, gently poke a straightened paper clip in the hole on the drawer front and it should pop open.
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The ice maker is easy to remove once you get the drawer off the slides. There are two plastic clips located near the back of the drawer that attach it to the slides. Pop those out and lift the drawer out. Pull off the plastic ice maker cover to expose the mounting screws. Remove the two screws holding the assembly to the top of the freezer, then slide the ice maker forward about 1/2 inch. It will drop down a few inches, allowing you to unplug the wiring connector and remove it as a unit. The ice full guide is then easily removed.
Most of this can be taken apart with a screwdriver . The case is a little tricky. You will notice from the side...where the case is split, there are tabs on the inside that you need to press. I poked a small screwdriver through the vent holes to press them and get the box apart.
the lens slides on a steel rod, the steel rod is locked using a screw at the bottom end, remove the screw, tilt the rod and pull it out, the lens is free, remove the connector cable and replace the lens module. its easy but be concious as a slight cut to the connector cable would result in non-working drive
The silver looking tube with the clips between the cylinder heads is a coolant tube. There are o-rings on each end. Remove the clips, then slide the tube towards one cylinder, the oring will be exposed and you will have enough clearance to remove and install the oring. Then slide the tube back into the opposite cylinder to expose the other oring. After replacing then center the tube , reinstall the clips and refill the cooling system. I use a soapy solution to lube the ring so they slide easy and not roll.
1) use a paperclip to "force" it open by opening the clip, then inserting one end into the little hole and pressing...
2) while it's coming out, see if the faceplate binds on anything
3) if it's not binding, it's probably the drive motor. Pick up a replacement internal DVD-RW and swap it out...it's very easy!
Quick instructions on how to swap out a CDROM/DVD drive:
1) Turn off the machine
2) Take off the cover
3) Disconnect the power connector and the data ribbon cable from the CDROM drive
4) Undo the screws (or tabs) holding the CDROM in place
5) Slide the drive out the front
6) Slide the replacement unit back into place, after confirming the jumper placement for standalone/slave/etc.
7) Put the screws back in (or the tabs click in place)
8) Plug in the cables, being sure to line it up correctly
9) Put the cover back on and get it going!
With mine, it was the drive belts for the cd drawers, which were stretched and rigid.
Open the case. Remove the 4 screws that hold down each cd drive. Push the drives out enough so you can pull the silver facing off the sliding try by pulling it up. Now you can lift out the cd drives, removing all the connectors as you go.
Flip the white plastic slider underneath each drive and you can mechanically open the slide tray. This reveals the little motor and rubber pulley belt that operates the slide tray. If the belts are broken, perished, rigid or something, get something similar from your local electronics parts store (a couple of bucks each belt), and reassemble.
STOP STOP if you lay it on the back watch the drain hose you will see the pump 2 clips..undo by sliding clips over edge take hoses off pump and remove pump.unplug motor connector plug wires 2more clips hold the motor but they have screws in them you need to take out push them off then pull motor out change coupler PUT THREE BOLTS IN TUB BACK...
There is a small hole in the front of the drive next to the button, this hole is the manual release. Use a paper clip, push it into the hole and the slide will release. If the disc is jammed, you may need to pull slightly on the slide when pushing with the paper clip.
You need to remove 2 screws in console. They might be in back, on ends or in front ends. If you can't see any, they are under the console end caps. To remove end caps, pry off by pulling caps towards outside from center part of cap. Pry toward you and towards outside. Then remove 2 screws and flip console up and back. Unplug connector to washer cabinet. Remove 2 gold colored clips by inserting straight screwdriver in them and prying back. Make not of their position first. Now tilt cabinet toward you and slide forward and off base. To replace, tilt cabinet and slide under frame in front. Now lower cabinet on to frame, making sure cabinet is on frame on sides. Re-install clips by placing them in position and pushing down with palm of hand. Plug in connector, lower console and install screws.
Hi, Could you plese tell me exactly which model you have and then I can give the proper answer, but perhaps even though not being sure of which model you have it is possible that on the underside of your laptop there should be either a screw or a locking slide mechanism that you either unscrew or you hold the slide lock open whilst at the same time grip the whole drive and pull it out from the side of the computer.
If you do not see any of this easily then please tell me your model before attempting anything and I will get straight back to you.