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I RECENTLY BOUGHT AN EMACHINES ET-1810-01 AND CANT FIGURE OUT HOW TO OPEN TO THE BACK BACK PANEL TO CLEAN OUT THE DUST

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You should simplly have to remove to screws on the right rear(looking from the back) and sliding the side cover off.

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There is one screw coming down from the top, on the edge of the Side Panel, and one screw coming up from the bottom.
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Slide the Side Panel back. It will only slide back so far, as there are tabs coming from the Side panel, into slots of the computer case.
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Here is a photo detailing the back of the ET1331G from eMachines Support,

http://support.gateway.com/emachines/desktop/2009/emachines/et/ET1831/ET1831rv.shtml

The two screws on the Right side, as you are viewing the computer from the Rear, as shown here.

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1) Computer UNPLUGGED from power

2) Observe Anti-Static Precautions BEFORE reaching inside the computer, and BEFORE handling hardware parts.

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