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Razer Blade 2013 Disassembly

In this guide, I’ll explain how to disassemble Razer Blade 2013 to remove and replace the battery, SSD, heat sink, cooling fan, wireless card, and motherboard.

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Tools needed

  • 1 x small Phillips head screwdriver
  • 1 x small plastic scribe

Razer Blade 2013 teardown step:

Note: Please make sure turn off your laptop and remove the ac adapter.

Step 1: Remove bottom case
    • The laptop model is RZ09-0102.

    • Remove ten screws securing the bottom case. You can remove the bottom case.

    • Here’s bottom case.

Step 2: Remove the battery.
    • Under the bottom case, you can get access to the battery, SSD, wireless card, heat sink and cooling fan.
    • Disconnect the white cable and remove six screws. You can remove the battery.

    • battery

Step 3: Remove the SSD.
    • Remove one screw securing the SSD and take it out.

    • Pull out the SSD.

    • Samsung 256GB SSD, Samsung model: M2MTD256HAGM-00000.

Step 4: Remove the wireless card.
    • Disconnect two wireless card antennas.

  • Remove one screw securing the card.
  • Killer Wireless-N, 1202 wireless card, model: AR5B22.
Step 5: Remove the heat sink and cooling fan.
    • Remove all the screws securing cooling fan (left and right). Disconnect the cooling fan cable.

    • Cooling fan

    • Heatsink

Step 5: Remove the speakers.
    • Remove two screws securing the speakers (left and right). Disconnect speaker cable.

    • Two speakers

Step 5: Remove the motherboard.
    • Motherboard

    • Memory chips

One Comment

  1. My 2013 Razer Blade is starting to show signs of ware from general use. Often the battery indicates that it is “plugged in, not charging”. When the battery gets to around 1% the laptop powers down due to lack of power even when plugged in. To my knowledge the Razer cannot be instructed to run via AC only. Would removal of the battery bring about the desired affect of forcing the laptop to run off AC and by extension preventing power down due to insufficient battery charge?

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