Question about Computers & Internet
Its really simple...
Theres a small lip on the bezel just above the keyboard and all the way to the left side. Stick a small screwdriver under it and pry it up. Unplug the bezel from the right side and put it aside. Unscrew the two screws on the top of the keyboard that the bezel was covering and pull upward gently from where you removed the screws. It should come right up. There is a plug just underneath the keyboard. Unplug it and youre home free. Reverse these steps to reinstall.
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