If Jeff's method fails, you will need to take it apart and find the bios password chip on this and solder wires to it, boot it up and touch them together
This works on dell's, so i have confidence it will work on this too being they use the same chip for IBM's and it works there too
It works on IBM and dell's, i don't see why not for a panasonic, but it will be harder to find the ATMAL password chip because this was designed for the military and such, so it's more secure then a dell or IBM
I had to do it on my T60 one time, that's how i know it works on IBM's
here is the motherboard removal guide
1) Locate and remove the RTC battery
2) locate and remove the main battery and unplug power supply.
3) depress the power button for 30-60 seconds.
you do not have to solder anything to the board if there are posts ic 61,63 on MAIN PCB then just put a jumper across them while you power up. if its just 2 SMD pads just use a needle probe to arc the connection.