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How to disassamble laptop charger?

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techie

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Impossible without damaging the box. It is glued. But if you carefully cut at the sides using a fine saw, you can open it, repair and glue it back.
 

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use an electric saw with some stopper in order to not penetrate more than some mm inside.
I already opened some PWS like this one and put them back
 

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if you have one of those speed controlled drillers put a cutting circular fine tip and cut the box carefully at the joint between the 2 parts but do not go deeper than 2 mm as you will find the heat sink metal of the switching mosfet.After that try by hand with a fine knife slowly and you're done.
After the repair use SUPER ATTACK glue!!!

It worked for me!

regards

maXer
 

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Oh....yes as techie said you have to cut it out. I did it manually with a fine hexsaw blade...on my Panasonic cordless adapter to replace its transformer!!! But unfortunately the gap grew wide enough to be glued again!! I don't really know why they ignore a scew type box.......
 

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Jack// ani said:
I don't really know why they ignore a scew type box.......
to give us more hard work! i also have many of this to disasemble and must be done with carefull to after glue it back. i just have some that after glued went for insurance and they never tell me nothing that was open so i assume they have not seen it was open before
 

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