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?
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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Sounds like a bad power socket on your computer. Take and get it fixed. Quick question, are you able to test the power cord w/a multimeter to see if there's power going to laptop? Also, did you try a different wall outlet to see if that went bad?
If the DC socket at the back of the laptop is moving, that means that one or more soldering joints on the motherboards are broken. The way to fix the problem is by disassembling the laptop completely, the laptop, taking motherboard out, and replacing the socket. This requires full disassembling and a precision de-soldering and soldering job on the motherboard. Using the computer in this conditions can cause further damage.
1st remove the Battery ..u will find screw below the battery ..unscrew it and then remove the blastic bar above the keyboard which contain the power ,wireless..etc Keys ..afterthat u can remove the key board and replace the new one...
Hey man!I think I can help ya!I have an AMILO D 7830.I hope that yours is like mine.
Turn the laptop upside down and then you'll see it's bottom!:P
Alright now you can see two sides that can be unscrewed.The one that is to the opposite side of the cd drive is the one that can really be unscrewed.The other one has more screws that are covered.So,unscrew the side I said before and then you'll be seeing the battery the ram cards and some other stuff I don't know what they are.:P
Now look closely to the opposite side of the battery and under the metal case.Somewhere there in the dark is your battery lying and waiting for you!I hope I 've helped you enough!