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STEP 16

Lift up one side of the top cover assembly and continue removing it with your fingers.

   

STEP 17

Remove the top cover assembly.

   

STEP 18

On this picture you see the laptop with top cover assembly removed.

By the way, the CMOS battery is soldered to the motherboard and cannot be easily removed and replaced. It has to be desoldered.

   

STEP 19

The cooling fan located in the upper left corner of the laptop.
Remove one screws securing the cooling fan.
Disconnect cooling fan cable from the motherboard.

   

STEP 20

Lift up and remove the cooling fan.
Now you can clean up the heat sink or replace the cooling fan with a new fan if needed.

   

STEP 21

I'm not going to remove the display assembly but I explain how to do it.

There are two screws securing display assembly on the back of the laptop. Those screws hidden under rubber covers.
Remove both covers and remove screws.

   

STEP 22

Disconnect two cables from the motherboard.
Pull wireless card antenna cables though the openings.
Don't forget to disconnect antenna cables from the wireless card as I mentioned in the step 4).
Remove four screws securing the display hinges.

Now you should be able to lift up and remove the display assembly.

   

STEP 23

In Toshiba Satellite Pro 450 the DC jack is not soldered to the mot hero bard.
The DC jack attached to the wire harness.

 
 

 

 

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