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How do i take my emachines m6811 laptop apart for a cleaning?

I want to take it apart so i can clean all the dust and dirt in my laptop anyone know where i can find pictures so i can do it step by step?

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  • merlinz69 Jan 16, 2009

    I cant boot anymore and think it's due to overheating. There is a dissasembly guide vaialble that involves removikng the keyboard. I am wondering if there is an easier way to clean it out.



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Well the company that made emachines at that time (Trigem) went bust so no support from the makers....

Best thing to do is search google for a dismantle guide or dissasembly or somthing like that...

Sorry not the most helpful answer in the world...
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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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Cleaning laptop case Cleaning the exterior portion of the laptop case can help keep the laptop looking new. The exterior case of a laptop can be cleaned by using a damp cotton cloth that has been dampened with water. It is not recommended that the exterior case of the laptop be cleaned with household cleaning solutions. However, if there is a substance on the laptop that cannot be cleaned with water, we suggest using rubbing alcohol.
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