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Dvd/cd drive problems

Hi Keever,

I asked you about a dvd problem the other day. I am still trying to figure out how to take the top of the computer, managed to get the side panels off easily enough, but don't want to force anything.

Thanks for your help.

Maggie Wright

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Sometimes the top has to slide either forward or backward BEFORE you pull up on it----------usually slides towards you if you are in front of the machine. Sometimes also you will see some plastic clips on each side that you have to pry outward very gently AT THE SAME TIME and then pull up on the top. Look at it very thouroughly from all angles and you will discover what has to be done. Sometimes there are a couple or more of screws that have to be unscrewed, but in most cases, it's just a plastic clip and/or the top slides before pulling up on it. Hope this helps. Keever

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