Dell Latitude D620 Teardown
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The Dell latitude D620 was introduced in March 2006. Both the first MacBook Pro, and this Dell Latitude D620 have the same Intel core duo T2300E. Like the first MacBook, they both have Intel's GMA 950 graphics.
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Open the screen up all the way (180deg) so the LCD is laying flat on the work surface parallel to the keyboard
Use a flat head screwdriver to pry the D620 nameplate off from the right side edge.
Gently lift the nameplate off from right to left to expose the 3 keyboard retaining screws
Remove the 3 screws
Using your fingers, lift up the keyboard to a 30 degree angle.
Carefully pull the keyboard toward the LCD screen to release the tabs along the bottom edge of the keyboard.
Now you can gently flip the keyboard over so the keys are resting on the track pad and the keyboard connector is exposed. Be sure not to pull on the keyboard cable.
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