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If u've never opened one before, it is very complicated, be very gentle.
Different size screws for areas of laptop. After screws removed, the keyboard and shield have to be removed to get to the screen connectors and hinge screws.
If u don't mind taking a chance in destroying ur laptop. try it and learn. The laptop is assembled in layers.
Be careful and good luck.

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You may find screws hidden - like under the rubber feet on the bottom which have to be peeled off to expose the hidden screws. Inside, snap-down tabs, etc. may need gentle prying. Be patient and study the seams.

Use a digital camera with close-up macro to document where
stuff goes and loops of duct tape (sticky side out) on your work table to keep the screws aligned to their correct position and order.

Don't over tighten when returning the screws - use a little "loc-tite" thread glue instead.

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