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    How to reattach battery to G751?

    I disassembled my G751JY today to repaste it.Anyhow after all was set and done i reassembled it but it doesn't work if not plugged in.Can anyone with experience tell me where should I look to reattach the battery and should I completely disassemble it or is it somethin in the back where the battery itself sits that might be causing it.In short where does the battery actually attach to the computer?

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    It's under the keyboard. Here.

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    Oh god I knew it.That's unlucky :/.Thanks man Do you think I would be able to reattach it without detaching the cables connected to the keyboard (cuz the small one that goes to the power button is such a ***** to connect

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    You should be able to just pop the keyboard up and pull it toward the front enough to get to that connection without disconnecting the ribbons.

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    While on the topic I had a problem.When I disassembled everything and got to the heatsink and there were 3 pairs of 2 screws attached to little metal plate thingys.Problem is one of the screws was messed up so the screwdriver was sliding in it and I could not unscrew it.Do you guys think if I give it to a repair center they will be able to unscrew it somehow and change the paste or am I "screwed"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thetanaz View Post
    While on the topic I had a problem.When I disassembled everything and got to the heatsink and there were 3 pairs of 2 screws attached to little metal plate thingys.Problem is one of the screws was messed up so the screwdriver was sliding in it and I could not unscrew it.Do you guys think if I give it to a repair center they will be able to unscrew it somehow and change the paste or am I "screwed"?
    Maybe they will able to unscrew it, but I think you void warranty..

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    If the repair shop is even qualified to be called a repair shop they will be able to extract the screws. I have an entire kit in my rolling case for hardware extraction. The only thing the presents a challenge is grade 8 and high carbon stainless. None of which you will find in this laptop.

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