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Sony Vaio PCV-LX900

I am trying to open the case of above model; but I cannot. Can someone assist me?

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First and foremost, laptops are quite difficult to take appart. A great deal of care and know how are required. It is also very easy to further damage them if not correctly and carefully disassembled. I do not recomend you service this yourself, from experience I have broken quite a few laptops requiring far more work then the original problem/s. But to get to trying to help you. Remove all casing screws that hold the upper and lower case together or to other parts. if you look on the back of the monitor hinges, there are screws there, when removed you open the screen fully back and pull up on them to remove the top. This generraly holds the keybeard down. Be careful not to damage the keyboard cable. Unplug the keyboard and check for screws under it. You should be able to seperate the case now using a small screwdriver to push all the release tabs around the case. Good Luck, and again I don't recomend doing any of this.

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