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Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro Disassembly

In this guide, I’ll explain how to disassemble Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro. I will remove the battery, SSD, wireless card, keyboard, heat sink, USB board, cooling fan and motherboard. Refer to this guide, you can upgrade, repair your Yoga 3 Pro.

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Remove ten screws from the bottom case.

Pry up the bottom case with a pry bar.

Under the bottom case, you can get access to the battery, SSD, speakers, wireless card, heat sink and cooling fan.

Disconnect the battery power cable from the motherboard.

Remove the screws securing the battery and remove the battery.
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro comes with a Li-polymer battery, Lenovo model: L13M4P71.

You can see. The battery is very thin.

After the battery was removed, you can access the keyboard and touchpad.

Remove one screw securing the SSD and remove the SSD.
Remove one screw and disconnect two antennas. The wireless card can be removed.

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro comes with Samsung 256GB M.2 NGFF SSD, Lenovo P/N: 04X4441.

T77H543.00 wireless card, Broadcom BCM94352Z M.2 NGFF card. It is support for 802.11AC 867Mbps 802.11N Bluetooth 4.0.

Remove two screws securing the cooling fan. Loosen three screws securing the heat sink.

Disconnect the cooling fan cable from the motherboard.

Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro heat sink and cooling fan

Remove the screws securing the right i/o board.

The i/o board

In the next step, we will remove the motherboard.

Remove the screws securing the motherboard. Lift up the motherboard and disconnect the LCD cable from the motherboard.

Yoga 3 Pro motherboard

Intel processor

Remove the screws securing the left board. Disconnect the speaker cable.

The left USB board

For more guides, check out the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro device page.

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5 Comments

  1. Do you have any advice for cleaning the keyboard on the lenovo yoga 3 pro? One of my keys isn’t traveling as far as it should be, I believe there’s something tiny blocking it’s path. I have a good feeling that I’m not meant to rip the keys straight up and out. So it’s really unfortunate if I would have to completely tear down the entire machine just to clean out the keyboard. Thank if you have any advice on this.

  2. Question — how does the battery connector disconnect? Do you pull straight up, i.e. perpendicular to the board, or do you pull parallel to the board. When I tried, it was very tight and I didn’t want to force it the wrong way.

  3. Anybody know where I can get a replacement fan for this? Anywhere I’ve looked only seem to stock fans for other models.

  4. My Lenovo Yoga Pro-1370 stopped working and I was told it’s the motherboard which needs replacing. Do you know how to replace it? Is it ok to do it or is that the end of my laptop! Thanks

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