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Introducción

The Cr-48 Chromebook shipped with a combined Wi-Fi / Cellular network card that can be easily removed and replaced if necessary. Use this guide to replace a malfunctioning network card in a Cr-48 Chromebook.

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  1. Slide the switch on the bottom of the laptop until the battery pops out. Once the battery pops out, you can remove it. Once the battery pops out, you can remove it.
    • Slide the switch on the bottom of the laptop until the battery pops out.

    • Once the battery pops out, you can remove it.

  2. Using forceps or tweezers, remove  the two rear rubber feet to expose two hidden screws. Using forceps or tweezers, remove  the two rear rubber feet to expose two hidden screws.
    • Using forceps or tweezers, remove the two rear rubber feet to expose two hidden screws.

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  4. Using a Phillips head #00 Screwdriver, remove a total of 12 screws: 10 screws in the battery compartment. size ph#00, approximately 3 mm long
    • Using a Phillips head #00 Screwdriver, remove a total of 12 screws:

    • 10 screws in the battery compartment.

    • size ph#00, approximately 3 mm long

    • 2 screws under the rubber feet previously removed

    • Size ph#00, approximately 4.5 mm long

  5. Starting where the body of the laptop and the laptop screen meet, pry apart the lower case from the rest of the laptop. The case is easier to remove when separating in a clockwise motion, as seen in the pictures. The case is easier to remove when separating in a clockwise motion, as seen in the pictures.
    • Starting where the body of the laptop and the laptop screen meet, pry apart the lower case from the rest of the laptop.

    • The case is easier to remove when separating in a clockwise motion, as seen in the pictures.

  6. Once you've removed the lower case, you should see the network card on the corner of the device containing the USB port. Disconnect the Wire connections on the network card using forceps or tweezers. Disconnect the Wire connections on the network card using forceps or tweezers.
    • Once you've removed the lower case, you should see the network card on the corner of the device containing the USB port.

    • Disconnect the Wire connections on the network card using forceps or tweezers.

  7. Remove Screw securing network card. Size ph#00, approximately 3 mm long. Once the screw is removed, the network card will pop up.
    • Remove Screw securing network card.

    • Size ph#00, approximately 3 mm long.

    • Once the screw is removed, the network card will pop up.

    • Pull the network card to remove it from the device.

Conclusión

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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The card identified in the pictures is not a combined Wi-Fi / Cellular card. It is just a 3G cellular card; the WiFi card is the other card tucked under the flat ribbon next to the card pictured in this guide

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