Question about Toshiba Satellite 1135-S155 Notebook
I need to take apart my Toshiba Sat 1135-S155 to fix the dc jack.
I have a replacement on the way...
Where should I get good screwdrivers for those tiny screws ?
Where can I get service and repair manuals for this model to learn from ?
What soldering iron do you suggest ?
What rosin core solder size or other type should I use ?
What questions did I not know to ask ?
My computer repair company aka my username does this repair all the time. Here what you should get.
1. 30-watt iron
2. Light rosin solder ( i think Im using .028)
3. solder ******
4. desoldering braid
Here are some toshiba manuals
When taking apart the laptop I pretend a piece of paper is the laptop and I'll draw holes on the paper to represent the screw holes on the actual laptop and when I unscrew a screw I will take in onto my mock up paper. So I will have a paper for all the bottom screws, a paper for the top cover screws, paper for the motherboard screws etc.
When you finally get the motherboard out of the case, desolder the old jack(from the underside) use the solder **** first and then the braid. Once all 5(usually) pins are desoldered wiggle the old jack out. Then put the new jack in and solder it to the board (on the underside)
Posted on May 16, 2008
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