Sony Vaio disassembly guides and instructions

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  1. foxvengeor

    foxvengeor Newbie

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    Tried to remove theses but nothing come :
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  2. bolt.pt

    bolt.pt Notebook Evangelist

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    Why don't you check the thread with disassembly instructions for the S15? It has a video, and I'm sure that both laptops can't be that different. Overall it shouldn't be that hard to separate top and bottom chassis, just need to be careful to not damage any cables.
     
  3. Crystal1988

    Crystal1988 Notebook Evangelist

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    Hi guys, i'm trying to find a guide to completely tear apart VPC-Z21 since I have to change keyboard... is there any guide on the web?
    Or if it exists, a video guide step by step!
     
  4. xx13

    xx13 Newbie

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    Hi , is there the service manual of this VPCEE2M1E PCG 6161M ? Thank's in advance !! :cool:
     
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    chfshifter Notebook Geek

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    Yea I'd love to know that as well. I'm unable to find details of how to tear the Z2 apart at all on the internet apart from a few short youtube clips.
     
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    RIDDLA182 Newbie

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    im looking for a guide for a sony VPCYB3V1E disassembly can not find one any where i have a new power dc jack to fit for one and can not get the disassemble guide any where and need it as possible please can anyone help me or point me in the right direction many thanks in advance.
     
  7. maxim.sokhatsky

    maxim.sokhatsky Newbie

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    Some VAIO Service Manuals and Disassembly Guides for Latest SVZ/SVS and previous VPC Series:

    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-Z/VPCZ12_SM.pdf -- VPCZ12 Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-Z/VPCZ13_SM.pdf -- VPCZ13/Z14 Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-Z/VPCZ1_ASM.pdf -- VPCZ1 Disassembly Guide
    http://synrc.com/vaio/SVZ/VPCZ2_SM.pdf -- VPCZ2 Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/SVZ/SVZ131_SM.pdf -- SVZ131 Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-S/SVS131_SM.pdf -- SVS131 Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-S/SVS151_SM.pdf -- SVS151 Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-S/VPCSA_SM.pdf -- VPC SA/SB/SC/SD Service Manual
    http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-S/VPCSA_ASM.pdf -- VPC SA/SB/SC/SD Disassembly Guide

    Also I have prepared some info in Russian on VAIO parts could be found there: VAIO
    Such as detailed structured VPC-Z1 parts list: http://synrc.com/vaio/VPC-Z/index.htm

    Still looking for:
    VPCZ2 Disassembly Guide
    SVZ Disassembly Guide
    SVP11 Disassembly Guide
    SVP13 Disassembly Guide
    SVS13 Disassembly Guide
    SVS15 Disassembly Guide
    Anyone?
     
  8. Margaretta

    Margaretta Newbie

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    Does anyone know where I can get case screws for a Sony e series? I got one from a friend, but it has wrong screws in it and they keep falling out. Even the hard drive is not secured!
     
  9. Margaretta

    Margaretta Newbie

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    This company has a bunch of Sony service manuals. Parts
    There is a small fee - the one I checked was $8.25
     
  10. Semiconductor

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    https://esupport.sony.com/US/p/select-system.pl?DIRECTOR=DOCS
     
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