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Cambios a Sony Vaio PCG-F420 Keyboard Replacement Introducción

Editado por Andrew Quayle

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Introduction
my ggjaag'''Caution: Static electricity in your body can ruin your laptop. The best solution is to wear an anti-static wristband.''' [ ] ''Step One'' [ ] Use your screwdriver to unscrew the small screw on the left side of the laptop, behind the audio/visual jacks. [ ] ''Step Two'' [ ] This will unlock the cover between the keyboard and screen. Gently slide it to the right, but not completely off. There are still wires attached to it. [ ] ''Step Three'' [ ] Lift up the cover and place it upside down in place. You can remove the keyboard without disconnecting the power button board from the motherboard. [ ] ''Step Four'' [ ] The keyboard cable is connected to the motherboard by the wide white ribbon. Before you pull the cable you’ll have to unlock the connector. [ ] Using your screwdriver or fingernatils, pull the top side of the connector upwards about a six of an inch (about as much as 20 sheets of paper). Now you can pull the cable from the connector. [ ] Remove the screw near the F6 key which attaches the keyboard to the laptop. [ ] ''Step Five'' [ ] Remove the keyboard. Although it may seem not to budge, it just needs some effort. [ ] ''Step Six'' [ ] You can now install a new keyboard by following these directions in reverse. Make sure you get a compatible keyboard for the PCG-F420. They can be found easily on eBay.
my ggjaag'''Caution: Static electricity in your body can ruin your laptop. The best solution is to wear an anti-static wristband.''' [ ] ''Step One'' [ ] Use your screwdriver to unscrew the small screw on the left side of the laptop, behind the audio/visual jacks. [ ] ''Step Two'' [ ] This will unlock the cover between the keyboard and screen. Gently slide it to the right, but not completely off. There are still wires attached to it. [ ] ''Step Three'' [ ] Lift up the cover and place it upside down in place. You can remove the keyboard without disconnecting the power button board from the motherboard. [ ] ''Step Four'' [ ] The keyboard cable is connected to the motherboard by the wide white ribbon. Before you pull the cable you’ll have to unlock the connector. [ ] Using your screwdriver or fingernatils, pull the top side of the connector upwards about a six of an inch (about as much as 20 sheets of paper). Now you can pull the cable from the connector. [ ] Remove the screw near the F6 key which attaches the keyboard to the laptop. [ ] ''Step Five'' [ ] Remove the keyboard. Although it may seem not to budge, it just needs some effort. [ ] ''Step Six'' [ ] You can now install a new keyboard by following these directions in reverse. Make sure you get a compatible keyboard for the PCG-F420. They can be found easily on eBay.
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  • Anti-Static Wrist Strap x1 added.