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HP Pavilion dv7 7057-er

Laptop heats up.

In service attribute can not, because on the hard disk confidential information.

Thinking disassemble the laptop to clean the radiators and coolers.

Wanted the instuctions how do this.

Ready to pay it.

 

Wish best and regards.

 

 

 

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HERE is the manual for that model.  It shows how to get inside but I did not see anything about the actual cleaning events.

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Thank you very much. How you find this instructions?

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What do you mean? Cleaning not neсessary?

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I found it on THIS PAGE and clicked on the User Guides box.

 

No, I think it probably still needs to be cleaned.  I just did not find a specific instruction page of the process.

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@TheOldMan wrote:

I found it on THIS PAGE and clicked on the User Guides box.

 

No, I think it probably still needs to be cleaned.  I just did not find a specific instruction page of the process.


Yes, the instructions do problematic. I'll tell you how I did.
Removed the battery.
Removed the hard drive and CD-ROM.
RAM can not touch. In compartment WiFi only took 2 wiring.
Loosen the screws marked keyboard.
On the part of the keyboard release clips the top.
Made it a screwdriver stuck in the groove between the keyboard and the housing.
Removed the keyboard and unbuckled his trail.
Unscrewed the screws and disassemble the laptop, took out a passing train.
Cleaned from dust radiators and cooler. Replaced by a thermally conductive paste.
Instead of the old heat resistant skotchka, local connections radiators, put a new one. Collected. Laptop bask stopped.

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