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Disassembly HP Pavilion 27-a276ur (1AX11EA)

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HP Pavilion 27-a276ur (1AX11EA)
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Is there any instruction how to disassembly HP Pavilion 27-a276ur (1AX11EA). We need to change hard drive from HDD to SSD and didn't find a proper instruction.

I found an instruction for disassemble HP Pavilion 27 All-in-One PC in internet ,but it diverges from what is actually.

I successfully removed Stand base, but was unable to remove Rear Cover.

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HP Pavilion 27-a200 All-in-One Desktop PC series - 2. Service Procedure Videos

 

https://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=13823538&MEID=4C3A8057-BC40-4EB5-81B3-C5FE297C7D35

 

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@Eugene_MZSM

 

HP Pavilion 27-a200 All-in-One Desktop PC series - 2. Service Procedure Videos

 

https://h20574.www2.hp.com/results.htm?SID=13823538&MEID=4C3A8057-BC40-4EB5-81B3-C5FE297C7D35

 

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We had trouble with this paragraph:

3. Pry the bottom of the cover up and partially remove the rear cover from the PC. The optical drive is attached to the rear cover and its connector will prevent full removal of the rear cover.

 

Rear cover doesn't detach at the edges as it shown in the video after we turn each screw about a quarter. It seems to be fixed there by something. We're afraid to break it if we make extra efforts.

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Good day!

Can somebody help me with this issue during disassembly?


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Rear cover doesn't detach at the edges as it shown in the video after we turn each screw about a quarter. It seems to be fixed there by something. We're afraid to break it if we make extra efforts.




 

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