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Can my power button be replaced?

I can't believe what I am reading. I had this problem, because I had just replaced the screen, and I was able to get back in quickly. I quickly realized that the tiny little piece was missing, by looking at the volume button. I guess the fact that I could access it quickly, and that I could compare it to a working button, that message it so obvious. I did one search, picked the 4th option, and found the entire switch that mounts onto the board for $1 each. I may actually order one of the one that requires you to order 10 minimum, just so that I can have a few to break. Anyways, I will update how successful I am, but as I read through this, I see that it looks like someone included some really good pictures, that should help everyone out. Good luck.

This is the piece opposite my power button on the mother board

These are the volume buttons

Close up

The one on the right. Notice the little plastic tab

See how it is missing from my power button. The power button, when pressed, will push that missing tag down. Likewise, when that tag is there, it pushed the power button up.

You can order the piece that goes on the motherboard, and remove that tag that is missing. You can then put the new tab on the one that you have, carefully because it is easy to loose and to break. You can also robe the entire piece off of your motherboard, and super the new one right on. There are some that have epoxy, but if it doesn't, it will be very easy, providing that you are skilled at small soldering! They are only $1 each, so buy extra!

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How to properly shut down a Surface Book 3?

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Question #1:

Why do you need to properly shut down your Surface Book 3?

Answer:

Here are several reasons that you will need to properly shut down your Surface Book 3:

  1. Apply and install all pending firmware, drivers, and Windows update.
  2. Refresh your laptop&#;s system resources for faster performance.
  3. Preventing battery drain issues.
  4. Preventing device overheating when keeping in the bag.

Important Make sure you save all your works before you shut down your computer or you might lose your unsaved documents when you shut down your laptop.

Question #2:

How to shut down your Surface Book 3 via Start Menu?

Answer:

To shut down your Surface Book 3 via Start Menu:

  1. Select the Start icon on the bottom left of the screen.
  2. Select the Power button next to the start menu.
  3. Select the &#;Shut down&#; button from the pop-up list.
    Shut down Surface via Start Menu

Question #3:

How to shut down your Surface Book 3 via Power Button?

Answer:

Every Surface device has a power button and you can shut down your Surface Book 3 via the power button too. To do so:

  1. Press and hold the Power button (about 3s).
    Surface Book Power Button
  2. Wait until you see the message &#;Slide to shut down your PC&#;.
    Slide to shut down your PC
  3. Use your finger to slide the lock screen down to shut down your device
  4. Or use your mouse pointer to click, hold, and move the lock screen down to shut down your device.

Note If you want to go back without shutting down your device, press any key or just slide the lock screen up to go back.

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If your Surface stops responding, or hangs, use the following methods to force a shutdown, and then restart.

Be aware, though, that whenever possible, you should shut down your Surface in the normal manner. See Surface power states for ways to do this normally. 

Video: Force a shutdown and restart your Surface

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Find your Surface

Find your Surface to see specific instructions for that model.

Option 1

These instructions apply to the following Surface models:

  • Surface Pro (5th Gen), Surface Pro 6, Surface Pro 7, Surface Pro 7+, Surface Pro 8, Surface Pro X, Surface Pro X (Wi-Fi)

  • Surface Laptop (1st Gen), Surface Laptop 2, Surface Laptop 3, Surface Laptop 4, Surface Laptop Go, Surface Laptop Studio

  • Surface Book 2, Surface Book 3

  • Surface Go (all models), Surface Go 2 (all models), Surface Go 3

  • Surface Studio (1st Gen), Surface Studio 2

Press and hold down the power button until your Surface shuts down and restarts and you see the Windows logo screen (about 20 seconds), then release the power button.

After your Surface restarts, we recommend running the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit to make sure your device is updated and working as expected. For more info, see Fix common Surface problems using the Surface Diagnostic Toolkit.

Option 2

These instructions apply to the following Surface models:

  • Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4

  • Surface Book

  • Surface 2, Surface 3

  • Surface RT

If you have one of these Surface models, use this two-button shutdown process to make sure your device turns off completely:

  1. Press and hold the power button on your Surface until the screen turns off (about 30 seconds), then release it.

  2. Press and hold the volume-up button and the power button at the same time until the screen turns off (about 15 seconds), then release both.

    The screen may flash the Surface logo, but continue holding the buttons down for at least 15 seconds.

  3. After you release the buttons, wait 10 seconds.

  4. Press and release the power button to turn your Surface back on. You should see the Surface logo.

If your Surface still doesn't respond

If these steps don't resolve the problem, you can submit a service order to Microsoft. Go to Device Service and Repair, register, and then select your Surface to start a service order.

Device Service & Repair button

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Surface Book Power Button Mashed

Microsoft Surface Book Power and/or Volume Button Replacement

    • Turn off your Surface Book and detach the display.

    • Heat and apply an iOpener or use a hair dryer or heat gun to heat the perimeter of the display, in order to soften the glue securing it.

    • Use a suction cup or iSclack or pull up on the edge of the display, and create a slight gap between the display glass and the frame.

    • Insert an opening pick into the gap.

    • Use only gentle force with the pick, and keep the display very hot (slightly too hot to touch). If you use too much force and/or allow the glue to harden, the glass will crack.

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  • Use the pick to slice all the way around the perimeter of the display to separate the glue.Do not insert the opening pick too far into the display or you may cause damage to internal components.
    • Use the pick to slice all the way around the perimeter of the display to separate the glue.

    • Do not insert the opening pick too far into the display or you may cause damage to internal components.

    • Gently raise the display but don't fully detach it until the cables underneath are disconnected.

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  • Gently remove the black epoxy resin covering surface contacts on the button from your parts only Microsoft Surface Book Motherboard using an X-ACTO knife.Place the X-ACTO knife blade flat against the board and apply gentle pressure to the epoxy moving the knife with control towards the button. The epoxy should pop off the mount and the side of the button.Once you removed the epoxy with the X-ACTO knife the button appear similar to the second image.
    • Gently remove the black epoxy resin covering surface contacts on the button from your parts only Microsoft Surface Book Motherboard using an X-ACTO knife.

    • Place the X-ACTO knife blade flat against the board and apply gentle pressure to the epoxy moving the knife with control towards the button. The epoxy should pop off the mount and the side of the button.

    • Once you removed the epoxy with the X-ACTO knife the button appear similar to the second image.

    • Warning: the buttons are delicate and be damaged if you apply too much pressure as you attempt to remove the epoxy.

    • Warning: if you dig in to much you can snap the button clear of the board breaking the surface mount contacts on the board. If you do the motherboard in the computer you'll be unable to repair the issue and will need to install a new motherboard. Trust me, just don't.

    • Warning: there are tiny surface mount components next to the buttons on the board. Be very careful not to hit them or disturb them with the X-ACTO knife as you remove the epoxy.

    • Tip: Work steps 1 - 3 on your parts only Motherboard first to get the feel of each step before attempting the procedure on the Motherboard in your computer. I would recommend you remove all three buttons from your parts only board for practice. I damaged several buttons and circuit boards before achieving success.

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  • Apply a little flux to the five leads that mount to the circuit board. There are two on either side of the button and one on the back of the button. See the reference image.Apply the Lead-Free Chip Quik Alloy to the button contacts using a soldering iron.While the Chip Quik alloy is still in a liquid and malleable state and with carefully applied heat from the soldering iron gently slide with minimal pressure the X-ACTO knife between button and the circuit board right beneath the push button head and carefully attempt to rotate the knife blade so that it lifts the button from circuit board.
    • Apply a little flux to the five leads that mount to the circuit board. There are two on either side of the button and one on the back of the button. See the reference image.

    • Apply the Lead-Free Chip Quik Alloy to the button contacts using a soldering iron.

    • While the Chip Quik alloy is still in a liquid and malleable state and with carefully applied heat from the soldering iron gently slide with minimal pressure the X-ACTO knife between button and the circuit board right beneath the push button head and carefully attempt to rotate the knife blade so that it lifts the button from circuit board.

    • Warning: If the button doesn't slip off the board apply more heat and try to remove the button.

    • Warning: there are two tiny anchors the help seat the button on the circuit. You can damage these if you are not careful so don't slide your knife in the middle of the button. Slide it between the board on either side of the button. See the reference image.

    • Warning: there are very tiny surface mount components right next to the button. DO NOT disturb them with soldering iron. Make sure you apply heat only to the surface mount contacts on the button. DO NOT all the Chip Quik Alloy to come in contact with the other surface mount components on the board.

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  • Using Solder Wick gently clean the five surface mount contacts so they are free of solder.
    • Using Solder Wick gently clean the five surface mount contacts so they are free of solder.

    • Remove any remaining flux using an alcohol pad or flux remover.

    • Warning: there are tiny surface mount components next to the button. Be extremely careful when cleaning the board to avoid damaging them.

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  • You need clean any residual solder and flux from buttons you harvested from your parts only board. Use solder wick to clean all the J leads on the button.Warning: you can damage the casing and leads on the button if you remove it incorrectly or apply to much heat.
    • You need clean any residual solder and flux from buttons you harvested from your parts only board. Use solder wick to clean all the J leads on the button.

    • Warning: you can damage the casing and leads on the button if you remove it incorrectly or apply to much heat.

    • Tip: tip check the operation of the button to be sure it wasn't damaged in the removal process.

    • Tip: make sure you clean any excess flux from the button.

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  • Once you&#;ve got the hang of the procedure on your parts only motherboard you are ready to attempt the procedure on your computer.You do not need to and you SHOULD NOT remove the motherboard to repair the button. Simply remove the screws on the motherboard that hold the upper portion of the board to the chassis.Gently slide a Q-tip between the motherboard and chassis.
    • Once you've got the hang of the procedure on your parts only motherboard you are ready to attempt the procedure on your computer.

    • You do not need to and you SHOULD NOT remove the motherboard to repair the button. Simply remove the screws on the motherboard that hold the upper portion of the board to the chassis.

    • Gently slide a Q-tip between the motherboard and chassis.

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  • I found the best technique to for mounting the button back to the board was to apply solder to each of the J Leads on the button before soldering.
    • I found the best technique to for mounting the button back to the board was to apply solder to each of the J Leads on the button before soldering.

    • Using a fine tweezers hold the button and apply a small amount of solder to each lead.

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  • Apply a small amount of flux to the surface mount pads on the board.
    • Apply a small amount of flux to the surface mount pads on the board.

    • Recommended: for additional strength you may want to consider gluing the button in place. I did this on my fix.

    • Secure the button in place on the motherboard making sure it is flush with the circuit board and touching the surface mount contacts. One-by-one heat each of the J Leads on button using your soldering iron. If you've done this right the flux should draw the solder to the SMT pads on the board.

    • Testing: to test your soldering job you can carefully screw the motherboard back in place so that the battery contacts are touching the motherboard. Gently press the button being careful not to break it. If your soldering was done correctly you should hear the fan turn on when you power it up.

    • Using a toothpick apply a drop of epoxy for each of the J leads on the button to circuit board so that the drop covers the lead. Allow the epoxy to cure based on the product instructions. The epoxy helps keep the button in place so that when you press down it doesn't break free from the board.

    • Note: The button harvesting process may cause some flux to get into the button and it may not click when you press it. This happened to me. I was unable to find a way to clean the button without damaging it. Unfortunately you may find the button requires additional pressure in order to power on and off your device.

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    Power button surface book 3

    Force Shut Down and Hard Reboot Surface with Buttons

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    It is normal to see that when you are using the Surface device, the screen stops responding, and stuck on the screen, that you can do nothing on it, even shut down the Surface. Or some features don't perform well on your Surface, such as the Windows Hello or Sign-in options is not available.

    When your surface stops responding or doesn't works well, you can try to force shut down and reboot your Surface to get rid of those problems.

    If possible, it is recommended to shut down your Surface normally from Windows. Here is how:

    On Windows 10

    • If you have log into system, click on Start > Power icon > Shut down.
    • If you are on the logon screen, click on Power icon > Shut down.

    On Windows 8/

    • If you have log into system, click on Start, click on your account picture, select Sign out, click on the Power icon > Shut down.
    • If you are on the logon screen, click on Power icon, and then select Shut down.

     

    On the following cases that you may need to force shut down your Surface:

    • The screen stops responding, stuck and frozen on the screen, that can do nothing on it.
    • The Surface screen remains black when you power it on or wake it from sleep.
    • The Surface gets stuck on the Surface logo screen when you restart it.
    • Some features don't perform well, such as the Windows Hello or Sign-in options is not available.

     

    Press button to force shut down or restart your Surface:

    • For Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book
    • For Surface Studio, Surface Laptop, Surface Book 2, Newest Surface Pro
    • For Surface RT, Surface 2, Surface 3

    For Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2, Surface Pro 3, Surface Pro 4, Surface Book

    1. Press and hold on the Power button for at least 10 seconds, until the screen turns black, and then release the power button.

    2. Press and release the Power button to turn on your Surface.

    That doesn't work? Hard reboot your Surface with two buttons:

    1. Press and hold on the Power button for 30 seconds and then release it.

    2. Press and hold on the Volume-up and Power buttons at the same time for full 15 seconds, and then release both of them. (The Surface logo may flash on the screen, but please continue holding on the two buttons for at least 15 seconds.)

    3. Wait for 10 seconds when you release the two buttons.

    4. Press the Power button and release it to turn on your Surface.

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    For Surface Studio, Surface Laptop, Surface Book 2, Newest Surface Pro>

    1. Press and hold on the Power button for about 10 seconds, until the screen turns black, and then release the Power button.

    2. To turn on your Surface, press on the Power button and release it, you should see the Microsoft logo.

    That doesn't work? Force shut down and restart your Surface by this way:

    Press and hold on the Power button for about 20 seconds, until your Surface restarts (you will see the Windows logo), and then release the Power button.

    force shut down surface studio

    For Surface RT, Surface 2, Surface 3

    1. To force shut down Surface 3/2/RT, press and hold on the Power button for at least 10 seconds, until the Surface screen turns black, and then release the Power button.

    2. To start Surface 3/2/RT, press and release the Power button.

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    Learn how to turn your Surface on, shut it down, restart and wake it, and put it into different power saving states. 

    Note: Some products might not be available in your country or region.

    Turn on and wake 

    To turn on or wake your Surface, press the power button and wait a few seconds. See the table below to find the power button on your device.

    Surface model

    Where's the power button?

    Surface Book, Surface Go, or Surface Pro

    Upper left or upper right of the screen

    Surface Studio

    Lower right of the screen

    Surface Laptop, Surface Laptop Studio

    Upper right of the keyboard

    Sleep

    If you don’t use your Surface for a few minutes, the screen turns off and your Surface goes to sleep, a power saving state. This allows the device to resume quickly when you want to start working again. 

    To change when the screen dims or turns off or when your Surface goes into power-saving sleep mode, select Start > Settings System > Power & battery

    On, off, sleep, and restart

    Here’s a quick overview of the power states for Surface. For more  general information, See Shut down sleep, or hibernate your PC.

    On or wake

    Press and release the power button on your Surface.
    If nothing happens, connect the power supply and press the power button again. If your Surface still doesn’t turn on, see Surface won’t turn on or wake from sleep.

    Off or shut down

    Do either of the following:

    • Select Start > Power > Shut down.

    • Press and hold the power button for 4 seconds, and then swipe down.

      If that doesn’t work, press and hold the power button until the screen turns off (about 10 seconds), and then release the power button.

    Sleep

    Do any of the following:

    • Press and release the power button on your Surface.

    • Don’t use your Surface for a few minutes.

    • Select Start > Power > Sleep.

    • Close your Type Cover or keyboard.

    • Close your Surface Book, Surface Laptop, or Surface Laptop Studio.

    Restart

    Select Start > Power > Restart.

    Force a shut down and restart your Surface

    See Force a shutdown and restart your Surface.

    Notes: 

    • You can also press Ctrl+Alt+Delete, select Power in the lower-right corner, and choose Sleep, Shut down, or Restart.

    • From the desktop, press and hold (or right-click) the Start button in the lower-left corner, select Shut down or sign out, and choose an option.

    Wake and unlock

    There are several ways to wake your Surface:

    • Press any key on your Surface Type Cover or keyboard.

    • Press any key on your Surface Book, Surface Laptop Studio, or Surface Laptop keyboard.

    • Press and release the power button on your Surface.

    • Open the lid on your Surface and wait for the screen to turn on.

    • On your Surface Laptop Studio, in stage or studio mode, tap anywhere on the screen.

    To unlock your Surface:

    1. Swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen or press a key.

    2. At the sign-in screen, enter your password. Your Surface is now ready to use.
      If you need help signing in, see Sign in to and out of your Surface.

    Lock

    To lock your Surface, do any of the following:

    • Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and select Lock.

    • Press the Windows logo key+L.

    • Select Start, select your account picture, then select Lock.

    Related topics

    Learn how to turn your Surface on, shut it down, restart and wake it, and put it into different power saving states. 

    Note: Some products might not be available in your country or region.

    Turn on and wake 

    To turn on or wake your Surface, press the power button and wait a few seconds. See the table below to find the power button on your device.

    Surface model

    Where's the power button?

    Surface Book, Surface Go, or Surface Pro

    Upper left or upper right of the screen

    Surface Studio

    Lower right of the screen

    Surface Laptop

    Upper right of the keyboard

    Sleep and hibernation

    If you don’t use your Surface for a few minutes, the screen turns off and your Surface goes to sleep, a power saving state. This allows the device to resume quickly when you want to start working again. 

    If you don’t use your Surface for several hours, it will hibernate. Hibernation saves your work and turns off your device. When you start your Surface again, you’re back where you left off.

    To change when the screen dims or turns off or when your Surface goes into power-saving sleep mode, select Start > Settings SystemPower & sleep . To view hibernation settings, go to Additional power settings > Change plan settingsChange advanced power settings. In Power Options, select Sleep Hibernate after.

    On, off, sleep, hibernate and restart

    Here’s a quick overview of the power states for Surface.

    On or wake

    Press and release the power button on your Surface.
    If nothing happens, connect the power supply and press the power button again. If your Surface still doesn’t turn on, see Surface won’t turn on or wake from sleep.

    Off or shut down

    Do either of the following:

    • Select Start  > Power > Shut down.

    • Press and hold the power button for 4 seconds, and then swipe down.

      If that doesn’t work, press and hold the power button until the screen turns off (about 10 seconds), and then release the power button.

    Sleep

    Do any of the following:

    • Press and release the power button on your Surface.

    • Don’t use your Surface for a few minutes.

    • Select Start  > PowerSleep.

    • Close your Type Cover or keyboard.

    • Close your Surface Book or Surface Laptop.

    Hibernate

    If you don't use your Surface for several hours, it will hibernate. Hibernation is disabled on Surface Studio.

    Restart

    Select Start  > Power > Restart.

    Force a shut down and restart your Surface

    See Force a shutdown and restart your Surface.

    Notes: 

    • You can also press Ctrl+Alt+Delete, select Power in the lower-right corner, and choose Sleep, Shut down, or Restart.

    • From the desktop, press and hold (or right-click) the Start button in the lower-left corner, select Shut down or sign out, and choose an option.

    Wake and unlock

    There are several ways to wake your Surface:

    • Press any key on your Surface Type Cover or keyboard.

    • Press any key on your Surface Book or Surface Laptop keyboard.

    • Press and release the power button on your Surface.

    • Open the lid on your Surface and wait for the screen to turn on.

    To unlock your Surface:

    1. Swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen or press a key.

    2. At the sign-in screen, enter your password. Your Surface is now ready to use.
      If you need help signing in, see Sign in to and out of your Surface.

    Lock

    To lock your Surface, do any of the following:

    • Press Ctrl+Alt+Delete and select Lock.

    • Press the Windows logo key +L.

    • Select Start , select your account picture, then select Lock.

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