Aspire Service Manuals.

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  1. gwheaton

    gwheaton

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    I just got the Aspire AOD150 Service manual (230 Pages) I am trying to figure out a place to upload it so others can get it.

    I also have the Original Aspire 1 8.9" Service manual (174 pages) that I can upload.

    Working on getting the D250 and 751h
     
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    i've had the 150 for a while, and posted it somewhere here, but could bever find a d250 service manual..... that i would like to see!
     
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    I am hoping the first of next week to have the 250D, 751h, 1410 service manuals. Just have to get with a friend that has them.

    He is also working on getting the following:
    Acer Aspire 4810T 4810TG 4810TZ 4410T Service Manual
    Acer Aspire 3810T 3810TZ Service Manual
     
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    I sure wish I had the Aspire AOD150 Service Manual.
    Every version of this netbook is so different.
    I don't want to take it apart until I see what it looks like inside.
     
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    There is a decent series of videos that shows the D150 touch screen kit installation. It should give you a good idea of what to expect. There is also an italian website that has photos, the link below is via Google Translate.

    http://cgi.ebay.com/10.1"-ACER-ASPI...temQQimsxZ20090825?IMSfp=TL090825154007r21148

    http://translate.google.com/transla...0-10-pollici.html&sl=it&tl=en&history_state0=

    Be sure to have a way to keep your screws organized. A good way to separate the case at the seam is with a credit card. Clean with alcohol and dry a space on the lid next to the rubber pads you have to remove that cover the screws, store these pads on these cleaned spots to keep them clean and ready for re-use upon reassembly.
     
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