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Wednesday 20 november 3 20 /11 /Nov 10:30

Shut down your HP Envy 15. Disconnect all external devices and the power adater. Remove the HP Envy 15 battery

 

1.The computer feet are adhesive-backed rubber pads. The feet are included in the Rubber Feet Kit, spare part
number 538346-001. Remove the rubber pads.

HP Envy 15 Keyboard-1

2. Remove the three Phillips PM2.0×4.0 screws 1 that secure the memory module compartment cover to
the computer.
3. Lift the rear edge of the memory module compartment cover 2 until it rests at an angle.
4. Remove the memory module compartment 3. The memory module compartment is included in the
Plastics Kit, spare part number 576847-001.

HP Envy 15 Keyboard-2

 

5. Remove the four rubber feet 1 and the eight Phillips PM2.0×12.0 screws 2 that secure the top cover to
the base enclosure.

HP Envy 15 Keyboard-3

6. Remove the two Phillips PM2.0×5.0 screws 1 and the four Phillips PM2.0×2.0 screws 2 that secure the top
cover to the base enclosure.

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7. Turn the computer right-side up, with the front toward you.
8. Release the top cover by lifting the front edge 1 until it rests at an angle.
9. Disconnect the LED board cable 2 from the system board.
10. Disconnect the TouchPad cable 3 from the low insertion force (LIF) connector on the system board.
11. Release the zero insertion force (ZIF) connector to which the keyboard cable is attached, and then disconnect
the keyboard cable 4 from the system board.
12. Remove the top cover 5.

HP Envy 15 Keyboard-5

 

13. Turn the top cover upside down, with the front toward you.
14. Remove the Mylar shield from the back of the HP Envy 15 keyboard. The Mylar shield is available in the Keyboard
Hardware Kit, spare part number 576836-001.

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15. Remove the 60 Phillips PM1.5×1.5 screws that secure the keyboard to the top cover.

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Remove the keyboard.
Reverse this procedure to install the HP Envy 15 keyboard.

 

We supply below parts:

HP Envy 15 battery

HP Envy 15 keyboard

HP Envy 15 fan

HP Envy 15 LCD hinges

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Tuesday 12 november 2 12 /11 /Nov 07:21

Before you start taking it apart make sure the laptop is turned off.
STEP 1.
Unlock and remove the battery from HP Pavilion DV6-6000.
 
STEP 2.
Slide the battery latch to the RIGHT and the service cover will lift up a little bit.
Continue removing the service cover with your fingers.
 
STEP 3.
Remove the service cover.
 
STEP 4.
Under the service cover you’ll get access to the following major laptop components:
- Both memory modules.
- Wireless card.
- CMOS battery.
- Hard drive.
I will leave both memory modules and CMOS battery connected to the motherboard. It’s  not necessary to remove them for the purpose of my guide.
 
STEP 5.
Remove four screws securing the hard drive assembly.
 
STEP 6.
Unplug the hard drive cable from the motherboard.
 
STEP 7.
Lift up and remove the hard drive assembly.
 
STEP 8.
Remove one screw securing the DVD drive.
Pull the DVD drive to the right and remove it from the laptop.
 
STEP 9.
In order to remove the  HP Pavilion DV6-6000 keyboard you’ll have to use the hole located on the left side from the wireless card.
 
STEP 10.
Insert a small screwdriver into the hole.
NOTE: you’ll be pushing on the bottom side of the keyboard so don’t use a sharp screwdriver. I’m using a T6 torx screwdriver for that because it has a flat end. A small slotted screwdriver should work too.
 
STEP 11.
Very genteelly push the screwdriver into the hole on the bottom of the laptop.
The top side of the keyboard will lift up a little bit and you should be able to insert your fingers under the keyboard.
 
STEP 12.
Remove the screwdriver and continue removing the keyboard with your fingers.
 
STEP 13.
Before you remove the keyboard you’ll have to disconnect the keyboard cable from the motherboard.
In the following two steps I explain how to unlock the connector.
 
STEP 14.
On this picture the keyboard connector shown in the LOCKED state.
Carefully lift up the left side of the cable retainer (brown piece) with your fingernail.
The retainer will open up at a 90 degree angle.
 
STEP 15.
Now you can pull the keyboard cable from the connector.
 
STEP 16.
Remove the HP Pavilion DV6-6000 keyboard.
 
STEP 17.
Remove all screws from the bottom of the laptop.
Don’t forget three screws in the DVD drive bay.
 
STEP 18.
Remove screws securing the top cover assembly.
Disconnect three cables from the motherboard.
Left to right:
- The power button board cable.
- The touchpad cable.
- The finger scanner device cable.
 
In order to disconnect these cables use same technique as for disconnecting the keyboard cable.
Lift up the cable retainer and pull cable from the connector.
 
STEP 19.
Now you can start separating the top cover assembly from the laptop bottom cover.
Use a piece of plastic for that. Continue removing the top cover with your fingers.
 
STEP 20.
The top cover/palmrest assembly removed.
 
STEP 21.
On the bottom side of the top cover you can access the following components:
- Finger scanner device.
- Power button board.
- Touchpad.
- Touchpad button board.
 
In the following steps I’ll be removing the HP Pavilion DV6-6000 motherboard.
In order to remove the motherboard it’s necessary to disconnect the wireless card and unplug two more cables from the bottom of the laptop.
 
STEP 22.
Disconnect two antenna cables from the wireless card.
Remove two screws securing the wireless card.
 
STEP 23.
Pull the wireless card from the slot on the motherboard.
 
STEP 24.
Disconnect the DVD drive connector cable (left) and speaker cable (right) from the motherboard.
 
STEP 25.
Disconnect the USB board cable (top) and power connector cable (bottom) from the motherboard.
 
STEP 26.
Unplug the video cable (left) and webcam/microphone cable (right) from the motherboard.
 
STEP 27.
Unplug the speaker cable from the motherboard.
 
STEP 28.
Remove four screws securing the silver cover.
 
STEP 29.
Remove the silver cover.
 
STEP 30.
Remove three screws securing the motherboard assembly to the laptop bottom case.
 
STEP 31.
Carefully remove the motherboard assembly from the laptop base.
 
STEP 32.
The motherboard removed.
 
STEP 33.
The arrow shows where the fan cable connected to the motherboard.
If you wan to remove the  HP Pavilion DV6-6000 fan assembly you’ll have to unplug this cable first.
 
STEP 34.
On the other side of the motherboard you can access the remove the cooling fan assembly.
 
You can search for the replacement cooling fan assembly using HP spare part number.

 

We supply below parts:

 

 HP Pavilion DV6-6000 fan assembly


HP Pavilion DV6-6000 keyboard

 

HP Pavilion DV6-6000 LCD Video Cable

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Wednesday 28 august 3 28 /08 /Aug 10:13

First of all, please turn of your computer. Disconnect the Ethernet or modem cable. Disconnect the power cord.

 

1. Remove the battery from your HP Pavilion DV6-7000 / DV6-7100 / DV6-7200 / DV6-7300.

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2. Remove the service door.

  •     Loosen the captive Phillips head screw that secures the service door to the base enclosure. Save the screw for service door replacement.
  • Slide the battery release to release the service door.
  • Lift and remove the service door.

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3. Remove the CD/DVD drive.

  • Remove the screw that secures the CD/DVD drive to the computer.
  • Using a small, non-metallic tool, press on the rear edge of the CD/DVD drive to free the CD/DVD drive from its connector.
  • Remove the CD/DVD drive.

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4. Remove the two Phillips head screws (identified with a keyboard icon) that secure the keyboard to the computer.

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5. Open the display panel and position the computer for easy access to the CD/DVD drive.

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6. Gently poke through the hole with your finger to release the keyboard.

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7. Turn the notebook right side up and open all the way.

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8. Lift the rear edge of the keyboard and rotate it to the front until you have access to the keyboard ribbon cable and ZIF connector.

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NOTE:Do not lift the keyboard further away from the notebook than necessary to access the keyboard ribbon cable and ZIF connector

 

9. Gently lift the locking bar on the keyboard ZIF connector and remove the keyboard ribbon cable.

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CAUTION:Use care to prevent damaging the ZIF connector and ribbon cable.

 

10. Remove the ribbon cable. If the keyboard is backlit, disconnect the additional connector from the keyboard and system board.

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11. Remove the HP Pavilion DV6-7000 DV6-7100  DV6-7200 DV6-7300 keyboard.

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Reverse the procedure to install the new HP Pavilion DV6-7000 DV6-7100  DV6-7200 DV6-7300 keyboard.

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Monday 10 june 1 10 /06 /Jun 10:54

1. Shut down your HP G72 / Compaq Presario CQ72. Unplug the AC adapter from the computer and remove the battery. Turn the laptop upside down, with the front toward you.

2. Remove the two screws securing the memory bay cover. Next, remove the cover.
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3. Remove the four screws as shown in the photo, which secure the HP G72 / Compaq Presario CQ72 keyboard.
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4. Now, turn the laptop rightside up and open it up. There will be 4 tabs above the upper row of keys '?', 'F4', 'F10', 'PGUP'. Push these 4 tabs back with a small flathead screwdriver.
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5. Pull the keyboard frame upward and set the keyboard back toward the screen to gain access to the keyboard lockdown cable which is underneath it. Please note that there may be some resistance as some units were assembled with small strips of tape underneath the keyboard.

6. Finally, you will need to unlock the keyboard cable. To do this, lift up on the hinged lockdown clip approx. 90 degrees. Now, just slide out the keyboard cable.
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Reverse the procedure to install your new HP G72 / Compaq Presario CQ72 keyboard.

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Friday 12 october 5 12 /10 /Oct 10:33

Firstly. Shut down your Compaq Presario CQ61 / HP G61.  Disconnect all external devices connected to the computer.
 Unplug the the AC adapter from the computer. Remove the battery.

 

1. Remove the 4 screws that secure the hard drive cover to the Compaq CQ61 / HP G61.

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2. Carefully lift the hard drive cover starting from the right side and remove it.

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3. Remove the 5 screws that secure the keyboard to the computer body.

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4. Open the display as far as possible and release the tabs on both sides of the keyboard. You can use a thin flat-bladed screwdriver.

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5. Lift the rear edge of the keyboard, turn it upside down and place it on the palm rest.

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6. Now you can unlock the ZIF connector, disconnect the ribbon cable and remove the keyboard.

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Reverse this procedure to install the new Compaq Presario CQ61 / HP G61 keyboard.

If you need a UK layout keyboard, you can find it via this link: UK Compaq CQ61 / HP G61 Keyboard.


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