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Hmm. Are you sure that you want to go any further,
i.e., I recommend that you STOP and take it to a qualified technician.
The power-plug is soldered to the motherboard;
so, you'll need "good" skills at using a soldering-iron,
if you wish to reattach it.
Did you lift-off and remove the keyboard, taking care to not damage the "ribbon-cables" which connect it to the motherboard?
There could be additional screws under the keyboard.
What manufacturer? What model?
Have you looked at the manufacturer's web-site, for downloadable documents, such as a "Service Manual" for it? That manual would describe the necessary "disassembly" steps.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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