05-28-2018 12:39 AM - last edited on 05-31-2018 01:30 AM by Pavlo_Lenovo
hi lenovo users!!
first of all thank you for reading this
not long ago i've bought spare parts to my leptop and attended to replace them on my leptop
but when i've started to replace the parts iv'e notice that on my older upper case (the plastic that holds the keyboard and the toch-pad)
has an exstra part(greeen board that attached to the toch-pad from behind) so i thought thats a necesery part to the toch-pad and eventualy dident replace it so enyone maybe could tell my how to separete this green board and how to pin it to the new upper case cause as far that i could see this board attached to the old toch-pad
i'd love an answer as soon as possible
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05-28-2018 06:51 AM
Welcome to the Community Forums.
Would you have similar board on the new upper case that you ordered?
Checking on part number 90205216 upper case ACLU2 Upper Case Black L W/LEDSPG TPCB show similar green board for the touchpad that goes with the upper case.
Replacing the entire upper case includes replacing the same board so there should be no need to remove it as it is expected that it is included on the new upper case. For the same reason why the hardware manual do not offer specific instruction on touchpad board removal.
I hope this heps answer your query.
Update us how it goes on your end.
05-28-2018 10:55 AM
first thank you for responding to question
secondly i'v olredy knew that the upper case should come with the green board on it but i didnt got it
please look on my tagged photo and seeas you can see the green board is missing
05-28-2018 01:05 PM
I am thinking that you have ordered an upper case with different part number from the original system.
Check if the upper case itself fits well on your machine and if you get to decide on manually using a heat gun to remove it safely from the plastics similar to what is shown here for a G570. Or to get an upper case with the board as seen in the parts lookup and have the other one returned.
05-29-2018 05:49 AM
Good that you would have a replacement of the complete upper case package so there is no need to DIY with hot air just to get the touchpad board.
I would expect that replacement of the entire upper case would work out fine. Heads up about the process, some replacement of the touchpad may require updating the drivers too but that should be available from the support site.