HELP ME PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!! I CAN'T GET IT APART!!!!!!!!
I am trying to take my acer aspire 3003wlci apart to fix the power jack.... I have taken out every visible screw and it won't come apart.... it's stuck and I'm wondering if there are some non visible screws somewhere???? Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The two halvers ARE snap together... watch that you do not snap the mouse ribbon cable off and the speaker wires on the front. Use very small flatblade to disengage the ribbon wires...
Make note of the lcd power switch is unhooked along the front as well
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If you want to keep your OS and data safe then they best way to fix this issue by taking the motherboard backup battery out and put it back using following steps: You need to open the lower black panel apart for this you can follow the online YouTube tutorials. Once panel is taken apart then you will see a small battery cell connected with 2 red and black wires via jack. Take this jack off to disconnect the battery for about 10 mins then put it back and try turning on your pc. This shall reset your BIOS passwords etc and then you would be able to login in to your PC.
Your headphone jack's legs inside the jack are probably slightly sprung and still shorting to the speakers. Sometimes you can spray some compresses air into the jack to try to dislodge any lint, dust, etc. The only other thing you can try (without taking the computer apart) is to spray some electrical contact cleaner into the headphone jack, then work the headphone jack in and out a few times, hoping to clean the contacts inside. Other than those things, you will probably have to take the computer apart to replace the jack, or have it serviced. If you google the problem, you will find a lot of information about taking laptops apart.
reinstall the computer again
swipe it and start again
if you have eRecovery installed on your machine then reinstalling should be about 45 min
At the very least you will have a usable machine straight away