This solution gave me the hint on opening the camera case w/o damage...gently prying the cover over the usb, a/v, and pwr connectors. FYI about finding the "tri wing" tool: I bought mine at Micro Center here in Dallas. You can go to www.prokits.com.tw and look up 89400-TRI tri-wing driver. It cost me $2.99 plus tax and worked perfectly.
Hi Donna, look up a trigram screw driver. I bought one on E-bay. The back cover has to be sort of prised over over the yellow a/v output. Also be careful of the two cables holding the screen on to the camera. The wide one can be taken out, there is a clip holding it on. The small one cannot be taken off. I broke mine, so a bit of a pain, as I'm now looking for a new screen. Oh joy.
Also if you are taking the next bit out, there is one screw hidden by the power socket. You have to really strain to get at it, as it is behind the item you are trying to get off. Get over that one and its all plain sailing.
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You will need to reset the BIOS. For this you will need to remove the keyboard, unplug the CMOS battery for an hour then reassemble. Tools needed are a small Phillips/star head screw driver and a small flat head screw driver or knife for the bezel if you don't have a pry tool. If you are confident to go ahead with this on your own, follow the instructions in the following link. http://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Disassembling+Dell+Latitude+D630+Coin+Battery+(CMOS)/13250/1
Unfortunately these rechargeable razors are not designed to be easily serviced by the home user.
Changing the battery will definitely involve a bit of searching for the multiple screws which hold the case together and then disassembling the case to access the battery compartment. Just watch out for any screws which may be hiding under the rubber padding pieces. You will then likely be required to desolder the old battery out and then resolder your new battery back into place.
Here is a link to a site which describes the various methods for disassembling battery powered shavers:
Just use your mouse to click on the link, which is the underlined and highlighted text just above. This will open a new web browser page automatically for you and allow you to view the information and items at the website indicated.
Two special tools are needed: steering wheel puller and lock plate depresser. Both available at auto parts store for $20 or less.
This is how I got to mine on a 1987 Corvette. It has a special steering wheel, but this should work for you too.
Pull steering wheel. Remove plastic cover (no tools needed). Depress lock plate with special tool. With 2 screwdrivers, or 1 screwdriver and needle nose pliers, pop the little ring out of the channel towards you. This ring was holding the lock plate down. Loosen the lock plate tool and bring lock plate out. Philips screwdriver to take hazard light switch off.
One phillips screw holds the turn lever to the switch. Set the small metal arm and screw aside. Three philips screws hold the turn indicator switch (plastic ring). Carefully tug the switch towards you. There should be just enough slack in the wiring that you don't need to unplug it below the steering column, but it's close.
Leave the switch dangling in front of the steering column. You're almost there! There's another screw that holds the ignition switch in. Remove that screw and the ignition switch. Replace everything
Underneath. Don't see original post here, but to replace a pump (actually, just the pump motor) on an LG front load washer: Drain water out of small hose inside recess and remove access door cover (at lower left of machine). Remove one phillips head screw and use a plastic putty knife or similar tool to push in on left or right side of recess to remove the plastic recess cup. Now remove the two other phillips head screws visible. Tilt machine back and access pump Assembly from under machine. There is a tab that you will have to work loose. Disconnect electrical wires from pump at disconnect plug. You probably want to remove the hoses going to and away from the pump (squeeze clamps). Pump motor is easy to change out now with three more phillips head screws.
Removal of the front seal (just the side right next to the door needs to be removed) is a spring loaded wire. There is a special tool for it, but it can be done without the special tool. Other than that, mostly phillips head screws and a few metric bolts. The suspension shock absorbers have a tab you need to depress to push them out.