I'm not really sure if it is even the same model as posted above. I bought mine in 2001, and have no clue how to take the damn plastic cover off the CPU. I recently bought a new wireless card, but can't seem to install it due to the lack of intelligence on my part. Please help.
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Re: How do I take it apart?
What is your pc make, DEll, or acer, in all branded pc it same case is hard to open, in most common pc cases, ther is a push lock on the bottom or in in the side that you need to push and then simultaneously slide the case.
please try to find it. may this help
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I am just gonna post my answer to another, like question. BTW, this seems to be a design flaw. Do not know if HP made them this way to keep maintenance busy, or they just do not have a clue. Here was my solution, which was found on a similar question. - The HP Compaq Presario CQ62-417NR Notebook PC, which was the "newest" model in stock when I bought a laptop June 2011 has the same design flaw. Crappy plastic latch, that gets stuck in the open up position. One must be careful when putting a battery in to be sure the stupid crappy latch is not stuck all the way over to where they pushed it to get the battery out. Mine was stuck big time. Thanks to the comments on here I found my solution, which is the only one. (I am not going to risk taking a computer apart to re-set the latch; some times I lose my car keys for days on end, so taking it apart is not an option for me) My solution was to use one of the little flat head screw drivers - 3.00mm. I was able to slide it into a small crack on the side long part of the battery opposite the dvd drive, give it a small tug and the battery popped out. The latches are so cheap mine broke when I first encountered the problem because I tried to force the long knob. I did not realize it was in the open up position. Words of caution. Just pop the battery out, and you may save the latch knob. Just be careful when popping the battery out to stay away from the side where the contacts meet. A screwdriver could potentially cause problems in that area (towards the dvd drive). Cheers!
I've been researching this model a little bit, I think there are 2 fuses inside, but I dont know where. If I have to take mine apart, I'll let you know.. Did the machine ever run, or did you just get it. Is there 2 cords to your machine a 220 cord and a 110 cord, or does the washer just run off the 220, but your washer doesn't work, so you dont really know, but if it has two cords, could you let me know, so I can find the end of mine ha..thanks chuck
I don't believe you will really have any luck trying to get that tape off of the scanner glass. This is an issue that isn't supposed to come up. You may need to have Kodak AiO Tech Support replace the printer for you. Their number is 1800 421 6699. With re-manufactured printers you should still get the manufacturer's warranty and they should be able to replace it for you.
If you really want to try to take the printer apart and you do not have a warranty, please leave me a message and I will be more than happy to post instructions for you about how you may be able to get into the printer.
Well, after doing more research, I found the answer! You need to buy a new LCD screen for your blackberry. I bought mine on eBay, i.e. http://cgi.ebay.com/Blackberry-8100-Pearl-Original-LCD-Display-Screen-Tools_W0QQitemZ290254550103QQcmdZViewItem?hash=item290254550103&_trkparms=72%3A552%7C39%3A1%7C66%3A2%7C65%3A12%7C240%3A1318&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14
Make sure you get a screen with the tools, there are very small hex screws, but my tool sucked and I barely got the screws back in. There is also directions on youtube on how to replace the screen, you will have to take your whole phone apart. But it fixed my problem and my phone has worked great ever since.
I also got a rubber case to put on my phone, I have a TERRIBLE habit of dropping mine (hence why my screen broke to begin with) but I have dropped my phone a few times since, and the rubber really protects it, I got that on amazon.com.