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On button problem

When I pushed the on button of my laptop, the button fell down into the opening. Is there a easy way to get to this and repair. It seemed a little sticky and I guess I pushed too hard.

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Mike

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This situation is not one that a novice should attempt. For a pro it should be an easy enough job. My advice is to take it to a shop.

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