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Where I should put back the little thing back

My 160G 4200rpm doesn't spin. I open the hdd, a little only metal thing falling down from the left bottom of the corner near to power pins. It seems that it belongs to head and support a orange plastic thing. anyone know where it belongs to and what's the trick. because even I put it back no click on it? thank you.

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No need for a hammer.
Remove the battery, CD drive etc. sometimes there are screws hidden in these areas. Some screws are hidden under plastic covers, remove these to reveal the screws.
On quite a few laptops I have dismantled the top half and bottom half of the case are held together by plastic catches. The best way to separate the case is to start at an opening eg, where the CD drive is located and gently pull apart until the catch releases, continue around this edge and then around the other edges to release/separate the case.

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SOURCE: Hi I am trying to remove plastic facia to swap out

Hi

Click on this link and it should take you to the website to download the manual
you will need adobe reader installed to be able to read it
and click save then save it to your documents or desktop or a spare drive
for future reference

http://www.pc-ap.fujitsu.com/support/index.html


good luck

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