PowerBook G4 Aluminum 15" 1-1.5 GHz Logic Board Replacement
- Autor: iRobot
- Dificultad: Difícil
This motherboard includes all ports on the right side except USB.
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Paso 1 — Logic Board ¶
Disconnect the indicated 14 cables from the logic board, starting in one place and moving around the board.
Paso 2 ¶
Remove the following 12 Phillips screws from the logic board:
Six 4 mm around the edges of the logic board.
Two 5 mm securing the right speaker to the logic board (move the speaker off of the logic board).
Three 6 mm with wavy washers in the upper, left corner of the logic board.
One 4 mm underneath a black bumper in the back right corner of the logic board.
One 4 mm screw may not be present on some logic boards.
Paso 3 ¶
Use a spudger to gently (very gently) pry up the left side of the logic board.
Paso 4 ¶
Disconnect the DC-In connector from the left side of the logic board.
Paso 5 ¶
Disconnect the battery cable from the front, left corner of the logic board.
Paso 6 ¶
Grasp the logic board at the left edge with one hand and at the thinnest section with the other hand. Lift the left edge of the board up to approximately a 30 degree angle (if you don't have your protractor handy, just lift until the DVI port clears the right hinge).
Once the logic board clears the ports, slide it out to the left.
Paso 7 ¶
Use a firm plastic edge to scrape the thermal material off the processor.
For more advanced instructions on this procedure, see our Applying Thermal Paste Guide.
Paso 8 ¶
Use a firm plastic edge to scrape the thermal material off the heat sink.
Paso 9 ¶
Apply a new layer of thermal paste to the copper heat conduit.