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Opening Notebook mccbala, I don't know if this psot was sent or not so I'm sending it again (I apologize if this is redundant). First off, thank you for responding and for your quick reply. My notebook is several years old and is beyond it's warranty period. I am comfortable in opening the notebook myself. I would like to know the procedure/sequence in opening the case and also, are the any surprises I should be aware of once I open it. Regards, pagmann

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    My built in speakers only work if you put a little pressure on the case directly above the right side speaker, or just to the right of the mouse pad. This seems like a loose connection internally, but I'm not sure of how to open the case. Do you have any tips? Thanks, Steve

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Yes there are... you may contact me thro my mail id.. i'm online for a chat.. its mccbala@gmail.com

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