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Latitude XT2 Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) Part Removal Guide Index


Article Summary: This article provides information on how to safely remove the customer replaceable units (CRUs) on a Dell Latitude XT2


Table of Contents:
  1. Removal Guide
  2. Battery, SIM card, Bluetooth Module and Hard drive Removal
  3. Access Door, Memory, WLAN & WWAN Card Removal
  4. Keyboard Cover, Keyboard and Coin-cell Battery Removal




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Removal Guide



These guides will take you step by step through the safe removal of what Dell consider to be the Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) parts of a Latitude XT3 system. (CRUs are the parts of the system that shouldn't need an engineer to remove or replace.)

These guides include pictures to show you each step in more detail.

If these guides do not cover the components that you are looking for, then you will need to refer to your System Manual.


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Battery, SIM card, Bluetooth Module and Hard drive Removal





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3

Access Door, Memory, WLAN & WWAN Card Removal





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4

Keyboard Cover, Keyboard and Coin-cell Battery Removal





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Article ID: SLN291168

Last Date Modified: 04/10/2014 12:00 AM


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