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Removal of Keyboard on a Toshiba L300. Reason to repair power plug socket All screws have been removed as with battery HD and mem. Keyboard appears to be held under the "kl" keys no screws are visible. John

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I am just in the process of the same repair, and am at this step.

Look at the picture on step 7 of this guide:
http://www.irisvista.com/tech/laptops/Toshiba-Satellite-L355D/laptop-disassembly-1.htm

See where the red arrow is pointing? i used 2 slot screwdrivers, one on either side of this thing, and pushed up, towards the screen gently and then popped the keyboard up and over this catch.

Then, with the part of the keyboard nearest the screen held up on a bit of an angle, use a slot screwdriver to push from the bottom of the keybaord, near the ctrl and alt keys and it will pop right out.

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