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Take out the screws labeled “K” on the bottom of the laptop. With that gone, you now have a circuit board in a plastic tray: Prepare for battle Before I could start tearing apart this beast, I first needed to clear off some space and gather my tools. Too short and you don’t get enough leverage, too big and it won’t fit. To remove it, I need to remove the heatsink assembly. In the picture below you can see the heatsink itself 1 , the heatpipe contact plate 2 , and the screws from hell that must be removed 3. It can be a little tricky.

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Stick your prying implement under the “blank key” on the right side of the keyboard and lift it up. Turn it right side up and open the screen.

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I had a disk crash and am still trying to put the pieces back together. Remove the heatsink assembly The final step of the process is to remove the heatsink assembly. With that gone, you now have a circuit board in a plastic tray: The cable labeled “X” is the display cable, and the one labeled “Y” is the palmrest cable.

At this point you might want to remove the RAM, to eliminate any possibility of it being damaged. Unplug the palmrest cable 6j50gt pulling up on it. It worked without issue for awhile, until the bearing in the cooling fan wore out near the end of December. It can be a little tricky.

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: Disassembling a Dell Latitude CPx JGT notebook

Remove the motherboard For what I have to do, this normally unneccessary step is neccessary. Remove the hard drive screw. Turn the laptop around so that you’re looking at the back.

Below is an annotated look at the exposed inside of the laptop. Remove the “D” screws. Loosen the 3 recessed screws at the inside corners of the shield, and the 2 screws at the corners of the heatpipe contact plate. Remove the battery, modular bay device and PC cards. The tools you will need during this adventure are: Remove the keyboard Now we’re getting serious. Now the display has been removed, and the laptop feels MUCH lighter, and also a lot more flimsy.

Pull down on the hard drive cover to create a “handle”, then pull out the hard drive. I guess maglev bearing technology isn’t very good, considering the thing only lasted 3 years.

The laptop has been completely dismantled piece by piece. If present in your laptop it is in mineremove the black screw to the lower left of the shield. And as a bonus for reading so far, here’s a “blooper reel” of everything I did wrong the m650gt time around: In the picture below you can see the cox itself 1the heatpipe contact plate 2and the screws from hell that must be removed 3. A flathead screwdriver or some other prying implement Something to keep the screws in Dell’s service manual With my workspace ready and my tools in reach, I got to work: Shut down the laptop and unplug it.

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Turn it right side up. Lay the keyboard over the left side of the laptop, upside deol. Again, it just snaps off, and again you must be careful not to break it.

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Remove the heatsink assembly. To remove it, I need to remove the heatsink assembly. Remove the display I need to remove the motherboard, and to do that I need to remove the palmrest, and to do that I need to remove the screen. Unplug the fan cable.