URL for Inspiron 7500 repair parts?

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I've seen the web pages that show parts explosions and provide a way
to order but can't find it when starting with www.dell.com.
--David
 
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visit support.dell.com and select your inspiron 7500 model and look under
documentation and then 'removing and replacing parts'. it isn't a highly
detailed diagram, but certainly enough to help you discern the different
components and how to remove/replace them.
http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/psyd/removing.htm

<David Ellis> wrote in message
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> I've seen the web pages that show parts explosions and provide a way
> to order but can't find it when starting with www.dell.com.
> --David
 
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Thank you. Any idea where parts can be ordered?

>visit support.dell.com and select your inspiron 7500 model and look under
>documentation and then 'removing and replacing parts'. it isn't a highly
>detailed diagram, but certainly enough to help you discern the different
>components and how to remove/replace them.
>http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/psyd/removing.htm
>
><David Ellis> wrote in message
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>> I've seen the web pages that show parts explosions and provide a way
>> to order but can't find it when starting with www.dell.com.
>> --David
>
 
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first, try dell spare parts division technical support can give you their
number and you really have to speak with technical support to obtain the
exact part number for the item you need... the spare parts division only
enter orders and can not help you identify part numbers. you will also find
that most parts found in the system have a dell part number on them (though
the part number may have been replaced with a newer alternative substitute
part and part number). dell parts, other than motherboards, are very
reasonable and come with a 90 day warranty, 30 day return policy (so if the
part dosen't help you can return it). however, given the age of the machine
they may no longer carry parts for the system. otherwise you can try
ebay... just be careful that you are purchasing from a reputable seller (do
you homework). and keep in mind that a fast inspiron 1150 can be had for
about $600 (so don't invest too much into this older system). good luck.

<David Ellis> wrote in message
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> Thank you. Any idea where parts can be ordered?
>
>>visit support.dell.com and select your inspiron 7500 model and look under
>>documentation and then 'removing and replacing parts'. it isn't a highly
>>detailed diagram, but certainly enough to help you discern the different
>>components and how to remove/replace them.
>>http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/psyd/removing.htm
>>
>><David Ellis> wrote in message
>>news:lj1521thi50o9l8eav3v2rpfajsu1sgn6n@4ax.com...
>>> I've seen the web pages that show parts explosions and provide a way
>>> to order but can't find it when starting with www.dell.com.
>>> --David
>>
>
 
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OK. Thank you for the thoughtful and comprehensive reply.

>first, try dell spare parts division technical support can give you their
>number and you really have to speak with technical support to obtain the
>exact part number for the item you need... the spare parts division only
>enter orders and can not help you identify part numbers. you will also find
>that most parts found in the system have a dell part number on them (though
>the part number may have been replaced with a newer alternative substitute
>part and part number). dell parts, other than motherboards, are very
>reasonable and come with a 90 day warranty, 30 day return policy (so if the
>part dosen't help you can return it). however, given the age of the machine
>they may no longer carry parts for the system. otherwise you can try
>ebay... just be careful that you are purchasing from a reputable seller (do
>you homework). and keep in mind that a fast inspiron 1150 can be had for
>about $600 (so don't invest too much into this older system). good luck.
>
><David Ellis> wrote in message
>news:f20921h4k58loi3lo3clqa4r7ir3t44g5b@4ax.com...
>> Thank you. Any idea where parts can be ordered?
>>
>>>visit support.dell.com and select your inspiron 7500 model and look under
>>>documentation and then 'removing and replacing parts'. it isn't a highly
>>>detailed diagram, but certainly enough to help you discern the different
>>>components and how to remove/replace them.
>>>http://support.dell.com/support/edocs/systems/psyd/removing.htm
>>>
>>><David Ellis> wrote in message
>>>news:lj1521thi50o9l8eav3v2rpfajsu1sgn6n@4ax.com...
>>>> I've seen the web pages that show parts explosions and provide a way
>>>> to order but can't find it when starting with www.dell.com.
>>>> --David
>>>
>>
>
 
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You can also try:

http://www.parts-people.com/index.php?action=category&id=8

HTH

Louie
Chiefland, FL, USA


<David Ellis> wrote in message
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> OK. Thank you for the thoughtful and comprehensive reply.
>
> >first, try dell spare parts division technical support can give you their
> >number and you really have to speak with technical support to obtain the
> >exact part number for the item you need... the spare parts division only
> >enter orders and can not help you identify part numbers. you will also
find
> >that most parts found in the system have a dell part number on them
(though
> >the part number may have been replaced with a newer alternative
substitute
> >part and part number). dell parts, other than motherboards, are very
> >reasonable and come with a 90 day warranty, 30 day return policy (so if
the
> >part dosen't help you can return it). however, given the age of the
machine
> >they may no longer carry parts for the system. otherwise you can try
> >ebay... just be careful that you are purchasing from a reputable seller
(do
> >you homework). and keep in mind that a fast inspiron 1150 can be had for
> >about $600 (so don't invest too much into this older system). good luck.
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