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Dismantle guide for ze4540ca request please..

I havent use my notebook for almost a year now. i need guide on dismantling so that i could trouble shoot the parts. im having problem on keyboard backspace it wont function.. when booting it has beep sounds and when you type at wordpad it backspace automatically

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  • justnew Sep 04, 2007

    hello sir this is me. yeah it really helped me.. thank you so much. is there a manual for repairing dvd/cd rom?

  • justnew Sep 04, 2007

    yah thanks a lot that manual really help. is there a guide on repairing cd rom? maybe in the future i can be a technician.


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Here is an excellent site for Toshiba assembly guides. They also have guides for HP, compaq, etc. although the link will just take you to HP's repair/service site which has the service manual available as a free download. Good luck http://repair4laptop.org/disassembly_toshiba.html

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