Gateway ML3109 Schematic

Posted on 2009-02-16
Last Modified: 2013-11-09
I need to take a Gateway ML3109 apart to replace the motherboard and I need to get a detailed diagram to make sure I don't screw it up.  Does anybody out there have a solution for me?  Thanks everyone, John
Question by:johnrhines
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    Gateway does not distribute such a document.
    There's an off chance someone that's torn one apart made a web page about it but that's not real likely.

    Best thing to do is go slow and write down (make maps) of where all the screws go.
    [Long screw in a short hole can do bad bad things if it shorts something inside.]
    You can also use different colored sharpie (fine tip) to mark part alignment and screw holes so things make more sense when you put it back together.
    Taking a few snapshots at each stage doesn't hurt either.


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