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Hello I found a user manual for it here: http://download.ecsusa.com/dlfileecs/V10IL1%20Series%20English.pdf
It's for an ECS V10IL1 model which is the same as yours as ECS manufactures the laptop. Page 22 shows how to remove the battery by pressing on both the release latches at the same time and pull battery towards you.
Probably the inverter. Have you ever seen like a hint of red color or a reddish hue on the screen? I would start with the inverter either way, it should be easy and cheap to fix and it usually is the cause.
You have to reset bios.
But first try defaults password "phoenix'
try this then if still not enter then open back side of laptop cover ,
you can find 1 cmos cell on motherbord chipset.
Pull cmos cell for 10 minutes then all settings are defaults.
So thne it not want password.
Manuals for these laptops are fairly difficult to find. So far, besides the link above, I have found one Web site that has Advent User Guides for all of the models including the 7086. The only downside to this solution is that it isn't free. 9manuals.com, which keeps coming up as the most relevant result, charges $5.98 for the Advent 7086 User Guide.