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I want to open the case, problem with the power

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    Kamlesh Ujgare Jun 02, 2010

    Please provide the product no. and the notebook model no. so I can provide the manual according to that.

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Hi sir, I would suggest calling the manufacturer technical support for your machine because you could not find over the internet on how to disassemble your machine and they would be the best people to know how to do it and guide you to the whole process. hope it helps

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This guide was developed to instruct readers on the proper procedures for installing a power supply unit (PSU) into a desktop computer case. It includes step-by-step instructions with photographs for the physical installation of the PSU into a computer case.
IMPORTANT: Many name brand manufacturer PCs use specially designed power supplies that have been built specifically for their systems. As a result, it is generally not possible to buy a replacement power supply and install it into these systems. If your power supply is having problems, you will likely need to contact the manufacturer for repairs.
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