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Jaak Ris Posted on Jul 04, 2007
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Disassembling AMILO D-7830

I'm trying to disassemble my 7830 in order to (re)solder the power socket. I've detached the LCD, the keyboard, battery, HDD, dozens of screws.. and then? On the bottom side, there is a metallic plate that seems not to be removable. How to continue from here?

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After removing the bottom cover it's possible to slide out the cd-rom drive. underneath the cd rom on the edge is another little screw, remove that and your home free!

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Is the metallic structure solder to the motherbard, if so you will need a tool call a blower to desolder this metal structure and if if you do not have one bring it to a near qualified technician that pocess this type of tool and it will remove it for you

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This may be a 'clam shell' snap together situation even with the removal of screws. have a feel around. or if the base has rubber 'feet' prise these off to locate even more screws

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