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Ok place the small metal cutter on top of the large metal comb, place the white plastic piece into the top of the cutter with the protruding bit at the back, place the metal bracket with 4 holes on top first locating the front into the white plastic slot, then place the last metal bracket on top with the raised part to the front, then simply hold it all together and put the screws in form the back!
Those are pretty tough to replace... The shape of the plastic shifter case should be your guide- there's a little nook that the v-shaped metal sits in. I *believe* that the side with the little bump-out goes towards the middle of the shifter- but you could look for what's called an "exploded diagram" of your shifter online (use the numbers & letters on the shifter for your search). Then you have to line up the two parts correctly (with the number 7 on one part at the little white line on the other) and twist them back and forth just a little bit while you push them together. Sometimes those little guys are impossible to put back together once they've come apart. You could find a cheap replacement for around $25- or try used! Good luck!
Either you have something sticky spilled on your unit, or you may have to replace the motor for the disc tray. Also take note if the tray is even attempting to open at all. If so, it might just need to be cleaned.
Getting to the fan on your laptop is VERY DIFFICULT. There's a lot more screws, wires and snaps holding the computer together than you'd imagine. It's best to get a professional to do it, however less and less people these days are willing to pry open someone's laptop because a lot can go wrong.
If you've backed up your laptop and are willing to risk not being able to put it back together, then go ahead. To get to the fan you actually need to get through the top. Unscrew every screw you can find on the back and the bottom. You'll need to open up the hard drive and motherboard because there's screws there too. Pry off the piece covering your speakers, then the keyboard, then unplug the ribbon wires by moving the little plastic things, all the while unscrewing everything you see. Good luck.