Question about Toshiba Satellite Pro L350-S1001V Notebook
Your going to need to take all the screws out of the bottom of the case. Then after that take out the keyboard cover, take out the screws for the keyboard and take that out. Once you get that done then take out any screws you see with the top opened such as the screws that hold the screen in place and there might be two screws in the area where the power connector would be that holds in the screen as well.
Take out the screen and make sure its unplugged from the motherboard, make sure any power connectors are unhooked and also take out the ribbon cables for the mousepad.
Once you do that then go ahead and take the top bezel off at this point and you will see the motherboard plus the AC Adapter that broke off.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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