HP Pavilion 15-P000 disassembly and RAM, HDD upgrade options

In this guide, I’ll explain how to disassemble HP Pavilion 15-P000 to remove and replace the bottom case, hard drive, dvd drive, wireless card, RAM, keyboard, palm rest, heat sink, cooling fan and motherboard. Refer to the guide, you can upgrade and repair your HP Pavilion 15-P000.

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Repair Parts
Keyboard for HP Pavilion 15-p000
Cooling Fan for HP Pavilion 15-p000
AC Adapter for HP Pavilion 15-p000
Laptop Screen for HP Pavilion 15-p000
LCD Cable for HP Pavilion 15-p000

Unlock and remove the battery.
Remove all screws from the bottom case.
Pull out and remove the dvd drive.

Remove the hidden screw.

Remove the black plastic mat. You can find a hidden screw. Remove this screw. You can remove the black cover

Under the black cover, you can find another screw, remove it.

Pry up the palm rest. Be careful, the keyboard cable and touchpad cable still connected to the motherboard.

Disconnect the keyboard cable and touchpad cable. You can remove the palm rest and keyboard.
Now you can remove the keyboard and install a new keyboard for your HP Pavilion 15-P000.

Disconnect the white cable covered the hard drive.

Unlock and remove the hard drive.

HP Pavilion 15-P000 installed a Toshiba 500GB hard drive. HP part number: 697243-001.

Disconnect two antenna cables and remove one screw. You can remove the wireless card.

HP Pavilion 15-P000 installed a BCM943142HMPFXH_2 wireless card. HP part number: 752597-001.

HP Pavilion 15-P000 features a Panasonic UJ8FBA DVD drive.

Here’s the bottom case.

HP Pavilion 15-P000 has been removed.

Separate the clips, remove the RAM.

The HP Pavilion 15-P000 comes with a 4GB ELPIDA RAM. HP part number: 691740-005. The laptop has two RAM slots, so you can upgrade RAM.

Remove three screws securing the cooling fan and loosen seven screws securing the heat sink. You can remove the cooling fan and heat sink.

HP Pavilion 15-P000 cooling fan and heat sink module

For more guides, check out the HP Pavilion 15-P000 device page.

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