Fujitsu makes several series of laptops, with multiple models in each series. Some Fujitsu keyboards are attached with only a few tabs and can be removed with little hassle, but other laptops require more steps to remove the keyboards.
Prepare a clean and organised workspace.
Turn the laptop off. Turn the laptop over and slide the battery switch to pop out the battery.
Turn the laptop back over and remove the keyboard bezel, the thin piece of plastic directly above the keyboard, by prying it up with a small flat object, such as a hard piece of thin plastic.
Lift up the keyboard and flip it over to rest on the mouse/palm rest.
Disconnect the motherboard connection by carefully pulling down on the two tabs on either side of the connector. After the connection is unlocked, gently pull the cable to disconnect it.
Remove the keyboard.
Discharge any static electricity by touching a metallic surface before working with your computer, to avoid damaging sensitive circuits.
Tips and warnings
- Discharge any static electricity by touching a metallic surface before working with your computer, to avoid damaging sensitive circuits.
Things you need
- Flat, hard piece of plastic