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Help with taking laptop apart

I have removed all of the screws from the bottom of the computer. I try to pull it apart but something in the center of the computer is holding it together. It is being held from up under the keypad. I was wondering if you could help me with this problem please.

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I have a toshiba satellite p105-s6024, and have had to take it apart multiple times. I have also taken apart the a105 series, and they both presented me with this problem. i finally found the solution when i took off the top panel that houses the power button (P105), or the panel with the speakers (A105). It can be snapped off with a small flat screwdriver at about 4-5 snap points along the border of the F-keys and the black trim of the top panel. under there you will find 3 screws for the keyboard, and four screws for the monitor hinges (2 per hinge). I hope this helps! if you need pics, i'll be taking it apart again soon, just e-mail me at cytokinesis55@Yahoo.com

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