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Also, on my keyboard there are metal latches under the keyboard. To remove the keyboard it needs to be slid towards the screen a few mm before you can lift it. When reassembling do the reverse, engaging the latches, or the keyboard will not stay down properly.
Getting the cable back i was tricky. in the end I almost had the keyboard vertical to east the bend on the connector as I pushed it back in gently - then it finally went in. When you push the retaining flap back down the white line on the ribbon cable should just be showing - then you have it in properly.
I found my Nextek (+) 2.0 x 40mm fitted these well. PH000 wasn't bad but not quite the right fit
Best fit for these screws was a Philips PH000 screwdriver bit
I took the opportunity to clean out the dusty fans with pressurised gas duster before putting it all back together.
This proved anything but easy. The connector just wouldn't disengage. I had a good look atb the new battery and decided that the best place to push was with a small flatblade screwdriver from the gap suspiciously ;) deliberately provided in the battery in the direction of the WIFI board. It then came out fairly easily. It feels like Lenovo engineers may have a specific tool for this.
There are clips around the edge of the bezel so it does not just lift off. I used a thin plastic store card to go right around the edge to ease the bezel away. You could use your plastic opening tool from step 1, but I used store cards for that step too as I don't have a plastic opening tool.
I found it hard to get anything into the gap until I used a modelling knife set's pointer. I could ease this very gently into the gap which then created a narrow space i could use to ease the connector out. As staetd above take extreme care to use only light force so as not to damage the cable or socket. again the direction to ease it out is parallel to the circuit board.
Again pull the ribbon cable parallel to the circuit board not up away from it.
These were not philips on my machine. A Torx T5 fitted well.
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