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Removing the back cover

Ther seems to be a hidden catch as the back will not remove when all screws are removed

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Download the Service manual for the Travelmate 240 from https://www.synapsenow.com/synapse/data/7117/documents/ tm240_250sg.pdf (NOTE underscore between 240 and 250, i.e. 240_250, not visible because of underlined web address) ALL WILL BE EXPLAINED

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I think you have to remove the screen assembly first - I will check and let you know.

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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