In the guide, I will show you how to disassemble Toshiba Kira to remove and replace the keyboard, SSD, wireless card, cooling fan, bottom case and motherboard.
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Remove all screws from the bottom case.
When all screws removed, you can open the bottom case.
Now you can get access to the battery, cooling fan, speakers, heat sink, cooling fan, wireless card, SSD, and motherboard.
To protect hardware, you should remove the battery first.
Remove all screws securing the battery.
Disconnect the battery connector from the motherboard.
Toshiba Kira comes with a 14.8v 3380mah Li-polymer battery. Toshiba P/N: PA5160U-1BRS.
Remove two screws and take the SSD out.
Toshiba Kira features a Toshiba 256GB mSATA SSD.
Remove one screw and unplug two wireless antenna cables, you can remove the wireless card.
Remove four screws securing the heat sink and cooling fan.
Toshiba Kira heat sink and cooling fan module
The Intel processor and RAM chips were soldering on the motherboard.
Disconnect the speaker cables, yellow cable, keyboard cable, touchpad cable, backlit cable, and LCD cable from the motherboard.
Remove all screws securing the motherboard.
Toshiba Kira motherboard
When the motherboard removed, you can get access to the keyboard and touchpad.