Image 1/2: Slide both latches away from each other (towards the outside). Image 2/2: Push the battery out with your fingers.
  • Flip the computer over so that it is upside down.

  • Slide both latches away from each other (towards the outside).

  • Push the battery out with your fingers.

  • The actual battery is not shown in the photograph.

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Image 1/1: These screws should should have a keyboard "K" symbol next to them.
  • Remove the two screws on the underside of the case.

  • These screws should should have a keyboard "K" symbol next to them.

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Image 1/3: Starting with the tab above the F1 key, press the tabs inward using your fingernail or spudger. Continue this process for the rest of the tabs. Image 2/3: Once all four tabs have been released, the top half of the keyboard should be free. Image 3/3: Once all four tabs have been released, the top half of the keyboard should be free.
  • Locate the little tabs above the INSERT, F10 and F1 keys, and between the F5 and F6 keys.

  • Starting with the tab above the F1 key, press the tabs inward using your fingernail or spudger. Continue this process for the rest of the tabs.

  • Once all four tabs have been released, the top half of the keyboard should be free.

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Image 1/2: Pull the wide ribbon cable laterally from its socket on the motherboard. Image 2/2: Pull the wide ribbon cable laterally from its socket on the motherboard.
  • Pull the keyboard out at a 45 degree angle and place it upside down on the scroll pad.

  • Pull the wide ribbon cable laterally from its socket on the motherboard.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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