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  • Using the Philips head screwdriver remove the three screws on the bottom panel.

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  • Using your fingers slide the panel away from the battery to remove it.

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Image 1/2: They are labeled with M2X6 and the image of a keyboard Image 2/2: They are labeled with M2X6 and the image of a keyboard
  • There are three screws that need to be removed in order to remove the keyboard.

  • They are labeled with M2X6 and the image of a keyboard

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Image 1/1: starting at the top left corner of the keyboard insert a prying tool between the keyboard and the laptop casing.
  • Once the screw on the bottom have been removed, open the laptop so that you can access the keyboard.

  • starting at the top left corner of the keyboard insert a prying tool between the keyboard and the laptop casing.

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  • Once the top of the keyboard has been released the keyboard can be pulled away from the bottom.

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Image 1/1: Using your fingers lift the tab so that it points up
  • To release the cable the white tab holding it in must be lifted up.

  • Using your fingers lift the tab so that it points up

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  • The cable is now free and the keyboard can be removed.

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Image 1/1: Finish it by pushing down on the top of the keyboard down until you hear each part pop in.
  • When replacing the keyboard make sure the the bottom is slid in first.

  • Finish it by pushing down on the top of the keyboard down until you hear each part pop in.

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Conclusion

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

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