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How do I open up keyboard to replace the power supply input jack

I need to get inside to replace power supply input jack

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SOURCE: what screws need to be removed to get inside the keyboard to replace power supply input jack

Flip the keyboard on its back and remove all screws with an arrow.

If no arrow, remove all on outside edge.

The jack should be easy to replace but you may need a soldering gun.

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Flip the keyboard on its back and remove all screws with an arrow.

If no arrow, remove all on outside edge.

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