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Toshiba Satellite L650, L650D, L655, L655D disassembly and fan cleaning

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Ercan Albayrak (3 months ago)
You are King
angela prestwood (3 months ago)
once again overkill why did you take the ram out to just clean the cooling fan you made this look much harder than it was when a can of compressed air would of did a better job plus the laptop wouldnt even need to be took apart wow great job thanks for nothing my thought
How-FixIT (3 months ago)
Are you sure about this?
Attilio Di Domenico (6 months ago)
You've helped me a lot. Thank you!!!
A Pink Cat :3 (10 months ago)
Im terrified thinking of disassembled (my own) laptop, Because when I put it back together it won't turn on or something
It definitely will turn on if you re-assemble correctly. I've taken a few laptops apart and I can say that it's not something to be afraid of.
Ricardo Islas (1 year ago)
para que los guantes?
Ayman Reddah (1 year ago)
it didn't want to turn on when I got it all together again.. it give me lights that it has power but doesn't work! what can be the problem?
Oliver Andersen (1 year ago)
Ayman Reddah i can turn on but the screen wont respond
burbon ­ (1 year ago)
6:40 i have a glue here which I cannot get rid off :/
Rajesh Jayabal (1 year ago)
Sir I need Toshiba l650 motherboard front and back picture in 1080 like motherboard IC number clearly capture send my email id rajeshjayabal92@Gmail.comSir please I am begging uAnd lot of thanks My motherboard two IC should be damage I would like to replace it so I am not professional please help me
ROVIROV (1 year ago)
It took me three hours, BUT I DID IT ! :____)
Kartschrauber (1 year ago)
krotkispike (2 years ago)
thanks! it helped a lot
mcsmama (2 years ago)
Thanks for the video! What type of gloves are you wearing & what is the brush type? Is it natural or synthetic? I am trying to gain insights into any necessary precautions & the reasons for them, as I have no prior experience with this except for replacing my laptop screen; I took no precautions at that time except to unplug the computer & remove the battery first. Also, It would be great if you could label those parts you're removing! :)
Bürhan Çakıcı (2 years ago)
Orospu Çocuğu Ananı Sikerim Senin
Ratcat17 (2 years ago)
I think you need to mention its important to remove the CPU heat sink screws in order 1,2 , 3, 4, They re numbered next to each screw
Kutuska Ablerahim (2 years ago)
Ah, thank you for the proper answer. Good to know it!
Ratcat17 (2 years ago)
+Kutuska Ablerahim If you have a close look with a magnifying glass you will see the numbers 1,2,3,4 and 5,6, if the heat sink extends to the north bridge chip. The numbers are next to each screw holding the heat sink diffuser down. The manufacturer marked these in order so that when you do tighten and loosen them the tension is spread evenly across the diffuser. Tightening or loosening one side first can cause excess tension on the captive nuts on the board which in turn could cause them to pull out (damage) and also when you tighten the screws in proper order you will get the correct alignment of the heatsink diffuser. Not to mention it just makes installation easier and the thermal paste is spread more evenly across the CPU surface.
Kutuska Ablerahim (2 years ago)
+ratcat17 Can you tell me why it is so important?
E H (2 years ago)
Thanks! This is great! Going to do it tomorrow! Can you upgrade the CPU and Graphics card in this model?
E H (2 years ago)
Hi, thanks for the fast reply! Think I'll go ahead and upgrade the CPU and RAM.
How-FixIT (2 years ago)
+E Fox you can upgrade CPU, but there is no way to upgrade GPU
Belkahla Achraf (2 years ago)
Really great job :) BUT HOW THE HECK TO ASSEMBLE IT??????????????????!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tonnyhax (2 years ago)
+Belkahla Achraf Watch movie from the end ;D. P.S. Great movie I cleaned my laptop and changed thermal paste, thanks!
MrBlackminions (3 years ago)
Great Job. Thanks a lot!
Igor Levin (3 years ago)
Skander Kamoun (3 years ago)
How to remove the cemos battery to replace it ? it is glued on it ? 
Skander Kamoun (3 years ago)
Yeah I finally figured it out and i had a graphic card problem. Now it's fine thanks a lot
Rus4kad Tar (3 years ago)
+Skander Kamoun I think it should be just a metal clip holding it. Instead of pushing side wise (the cmos battery) try to stick in a thin object between the clip and battery and between the motherboard and battery. I doubt there would be an actual glue there.

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