1. Remove the battery
    • Remove the battery

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  2. Using a Philip's head screwdriver, remove three screws: one directly below the battery and the other two to the right and the left of the two battery lock switches
    • Using a Philip's head screwdriver, remove three screws: one directly below the battery and the other two to the right and the left of the two battery lock switches

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    • At the top of the keyboard, insert the metal spudger between the keyboard's metal frame and the body of the laptop as shown

    • When inserting the metal spudger, be sure to place the spudger under the frame and not under a key to avoid damaging the component

    • Gently lift up the keyboard starting at the top of the frame

    • Make sure that you do not damage the ribbon attached to the bottom of the keyboard

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    • Pull the clear tab at the end of the ribbon towards the hard drive to detach the ribbon

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    • Perform steps one through four in reverse order with your new keyboard to finish the replacement process

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After keyboard open, You can change HDD or Memory as you like.

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