Владимир Бобрик: Сердечная благодарность человеку, который выложил это видео! Чтоб поменять вентилятор в Acer Extensa 4420 именно так надо разобрать весь ноутбук :)))
Kram Ecap: help .cant remember how to put my Acer aspire 5100-5033 back together after fixing bios cosmos
acchiappalatalpa: what is this an acer travemate 4200???
MarkoSutherland: Nice vid,if you're new to this film yourself(o have someone else do it) dismantling the laptop this way you will know where everything goes when you stick it back together.Take your time,don't force anything or you may pull off some of the circuit.
Anyway thanks again for the vid.
R`shaune: My case is cracked and cause the dc is break, do you know where i can get a new case for my acer aspire 5251
Multiman369: i buy that from uk.laptop.repairs at ebay
Astro Funk Man: hey i was wondering were you picked up the extra jack mine is broken and cracked so i need to find another one
Multiman369: @PreciousPitty you need to disassemble completely to see if power jack is soldered on motherboard or not,if it is it will be harder to repair cause removing power jack from motherboard usually is a pain, the easiest way is using a desoldering gun as vacum and a 65 or 70 watt iron solder to melt solder , use flux to help melt the solder,good luck .
PreciousPitty: Need help please, do you know if the aspire one netbook D260 dc Jack is soldered in? I was able to disasemble my computer and got as far as the Jack but had a really hard time trying to get it out, I didn't force it cause I know some of these models are and some arn't. Any help appreciated (first timer taking apart my netbook)
Multiman369: @natecar101 You should try both the desoldering wick and the plunger and always keep clean the tip of whatever type of irons you are using , some jacks are more difficult to remove than others.
natecar101: any tops on removing the pins for the jack?
natecar101: any tops on removing the pins
mrscouser129: nice video what computer are u using
Multiman369: @kamaal1982 Hi , i used Dencon solder pack 40% tin 60% lead dipped in a grease flux.
kamaal1982: thanks, what soldering martial did you use?