Use 1 to 2 egg trays or ice cube trays to organize your screws and tiny objects you remove, in order as you take them out. It will make your repair A LOT easier.
Remember to replace the little sponge-type object on top of the right-side set of 3 screws, towards the right.
To clarify the placement of the different screws:
There are two sets of 2 on each side and two sets of 3 on the insides. The "long" screws with "flat" heads are meant for the INSIDE of the sets of 3. I will represent short screws by the letter "S" and the long screws by the letter "L":
S S - S S L - L S S - S S
Before you completely detach the clutch assembly, take note of how everything is organized inside it, as you will be replicating it upon reassembly. The display data cable ended up being in the way as I was closing everything up and had to reopen everything to readjust it. Take pictures and see how it will fit into place before you reattach the clutch assembly and screw in the 5 screws.
The pins may be hard to notice, but they are both emanating from the bezel as simple pins in sockets. The motion you are looking for to detach the clutch assembly is slightly outward towards you, and then sliding down.
Especially since these computers are old now, these screws are easy to strip down. Make sure you don't screw them in too tightly, as you may not be able to take it back out. The middle of the 5 I had to leave abandoned. Thankfully, it didn't impede my repair.
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