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Published on May 11, 2012
Hi! No music. No talking. Just work. If you are taking your TOSHIBA A215 laptop apart be careful and wear an anti-static wrist band or use other anti-static device. If you need to change a LCD usually you don't have to take screen out of a laptop. You can leave it on a laptop and watch the last part of the video where I am taking LCD apart. If you need to change a keyboard, you don't have to take all bottom screws out. There are usually some marks, like a keyboard picture, on a case bottom. If you need to put a laptop back to work be aware of screws. They are different and you better remember or mark them somehow to insure that you will put them back in to a right place. Some laptops I take apart first time, so don't be serious on my time and performance. If something got broken - ooops, it's your fault. Believe me, some parts in your laptop are already broken, you just don't see that. Sometimes it is easier to repair a laptop. So, just watch this video and fix your laptop. Have fun and good luck!!