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amilo l 7320 new dvd drive

Postby django » Fri May 02, 2008 9:47 am

My dvd drive has completely died and i need to replace, but i have no idea which drive to replace it with, was wondering if anyone knew which drive is best and more importantly fits??

Any help appreciated cheers.
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Re: amilo l 7320 new dvd drive

Postby toonboy » Thu Jun 26, 2008 5:54 pm

Hi

the L7320 uses standard DVD RW drives, you just have to replace the plastic fasia with your old one and remove the retaing clip at the rear of the drive and attach it to your new drive.
I bought one from Cambrige laptop repairs on the internet for £20 + £5 p+p

hope this helps
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Re: amilo l 7320 new dvd drive  Topic is solved

Postby L7320 fuji » Fri Jul 25, 2008 8:05 pm

Ive just had to do this aswell, linked to the problem in my other thread.

I got this one....

http://www.cclonline.com/product-info.a ... turer_id=0

All i had to do was change the fascia and i was good to go. Works alot efficiently than my original NEC one that came with the laptop :)

I'd be glad to tell you the process of how to do it yourself as its very easy.
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Re: amilo l 7320 new dvd drive

Postby rwbarnes » Sun Sep 28, 2008 12:21 pm

hey,

just noticed your post as i am having problems with my cd drive and was wondering how you remove it? i have taken all the srews out of the bottom but can't seem to get the back off.

please could let me know.

cheers

Rob
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Re: amilo l 7320 new dvd drive

Postby django » Sun Sep 28, 2008 4:31 pm

hey,

to remove dvd drive, take out the battery and remove the three screws underneath, then fold your screen back till your laptop is flat this will release the the top fascia where the power button is (it clips off in three places can take alittle welly to get it off), this will then allow you to take away the keyboard, underneath the keyboard, you'll see several screws, however you'll see one screw next to a gap in the surface, this is the back of the drive and holds it in place once you've removed the screw take out your drive, you'll need to take off the little piece of metal on the back of the drive that the screw goes through and attach it to your new one. then replace the fascia and put your new drive in.

remember that you need your dvd drive open before you do all this, i know its obvious but theres nothing more annoying than when you forget.

hope this helps
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