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How to dismantle Toshiba Satellite L755, L755D, L750, L750D laptops.

Today I'll show how to dismantle a Toshiba Satellite L755 laptop. I'll be taking apart the laptop case and removing major internal components.

All dismantling steps should be the same for the following (identical) Toshiba models:
- Toshiba Satellite L755D.
- Toshiba Satellite L750.
- Toshiba Satellite L750D.

Here are main laptop disassembly steps:

STEP 1- 5: Removing laptop hard drive and DVD drive. Accessing memory modules, CMOS battery, wireless card.
STEP 6- 13: Disconnecting and removing laptop keyboard.
STEP 14-20: Removing top cover assembly.
STEP 21-27: Disconnecting and removing laptop motherboard.
STEP 28-29: Accessing the cooling fan and DC jack harness.

This guide explains only how to take apart the laptop base assembly. The LCD screen removal and replacement procedure explained in the next disassemby guide.


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Make sure the laptop is turned off before you start dismantling it.

Unplug AC adapter. Unlock and remove laptop battery.



Unscrew five screws securing the hard drive cover and memory cover.

Lift up covers and remove them from the laptop.



When both covers removed you can access the laptop hard drive, CMOS battery, wireless card and both memory modules.

It's not necessary to remove the wireless card and memory modules for the purpose of my guide. I'll leave them connected to the laptop.

Remove one screw securing the hard drive mounting bracket to the laptop case.



Slide the hard drive assembly to the left to disconnect it from the motherboard.

Lift up and remove the hard drive assembly.

Toshiba Satellite L755, L755D, L750, L750D laptops have a regular 2.5" SATA hard drive installed. If you are replacing the hard drive, you'll have to transfer the mounting bracket to the new drive.



Remove one screw securing the DVD optical drive.

Pull the drive to the left to disconnect it from the motherboard.

Remove DVD drive.



Remove one screw located in the battery compartment.

This screw securing the keyboard bezel.



Turn the laptop over and carefully lift up the keyboard bezel with a small screwdriver.

Continue removing the bezel with your fingers. You'll have to wiggle it a little bit in order to separate from the laptop.



Remove four screws securing the keyboard.



After all four screws removed you should be able to lift up the top side of the keyboard and turn it upside down.

Place the keyboard on the palmrest. Be careful, the keyboard still connected to the motherboard.

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