Question about Fujitsu Siemens LifeBook N3010 Notebook
1. Open display to 180 deg. (put AC adapter under it for support)! 2. With small flat screwdriver, pry up at each hinge cover - this releases the wide panel containing the ON/OFF switch +> it is connected by a small cable! carefully unplug the 6-pin plug. 3. Take out the 3 small screws at the rear keyboard tabs. 4. Carefully pry up the sides of the keyboard to release the hooks (2 each side). 5. Pull up on each side of the ZIF clamp to release the keyboard ribbon. The clamp will only move 1/16" - CAREFUL NOT TO GO TOO FAR!!!
Posted on Jun 12, 2008
Even after you have removed the screws the keyboard is still wedged on to the display panel just above it you have to actually unclip the display panel first and then only you would be able to remove the keyboard, gently because the keyboard would still be attack via cable to the mainboard.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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