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Everything worked great disassembled Toshiba AS and changed out lcd and fan and cleaned heatsink and fan. What I did was buy one of those cleaners in a can.. Today I decided to open my sattelite a! I would really apreciate it. Finally you may know this. Carlos— I did just thought. Everything is correctly placed and tight.

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What else should I be looking for? Randy, It looks like you know how to take it apart with closed eyes.

I have toshiba satellite a75-s211 Toshiba As that needs a DC power jack replaced, I have studied the how to dissmantle pictures and am quite confident I can perform those steps with no problem. It works perfect now. But if I try to put my keyboard back staellite or replace the casing screws it goes off.

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Can you see if both fans spin? R15 and R16 are missing. The multilayer printed circuit board can not work fine with a toshiba satellite a75-s211 via. To replace thermal compound on Toshiba Satellite A75 you have to take apart laptop completely and it will void the warranty.

Does any body know of a good place to get this fix? I moved the computer, and it just shut off with no warning at all.

I toshiba satellite a75-s211 been using it for monthes now and the other day decided to tear it down one more time.

Start the laptop with the external monitor attached. However, I have never taken apart a labtop computers before. Jeff, It is very possible that the laptop overheats. Will i have to remove the CPU to clean the heatsink. That should also do the trick. When toshiba satellite a75-s211 replace the LCD screen, the most important part to find a correct LCD screen with the same mounting points and the same connector toshiba satellite a75-s211.

Noticed what looks like severe corrosion between the jack and the CPU cooling fan plug. May be your fan works only at slow speed.

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Here are part numbers for the screen: I followed the instructions and man was that thing dirty. After I had used your guide to disassemble the A70 and fix this problem Toshiba satellite a75-s211 found this post about the power jack.

Where can I buy a motherboard? Any explanation for these? I have no idea how to test it and I sparked it accidentally when I tried! I got it all squared away and was able to solder and put the laptop back the way it was before. Is ther any toshiba satellite a75-s211 fix that might work for the thin vertical blue line on the LCD like a connection??

The first solder job lasted less than 24 hrs, the 2nd about the same, the 3rd has been working for days now. It is still possible that you have an overheating problem, even if the laptop runs only for a minute.

WEll i followed the advice and actually soldered it back on on the board. Try reseating memory, moving it into another slot. I am stuck on Step 13 — removing the top cover assembly. I purchased an HP laptop—with the extended warranty. The first time the toshiba satellite a75-s211 overheated, toshiba satellite a75-s211 fans were on full blast for a while.

A longer screw can touch the system board and short something. By the way, thanks so much toshiba satellite a75-s211 continuing to give advice on this. On this model fans are not very reliable.