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I have replaced alot of jacks in similar models as this one.
I don't have one in front of me, but, assuming you have removed the power button/hinge cover plastics, removed the lcd, removed the keyboard and then removed the palmrest plastics.... you now have a base with the motherboard still in it. There are a few screws that attatch the motherboard to the bottom black chassis. Just have to carefully look around the board for them and remove them. Also, might need to remove the lugs on the back where the video connector and paralell port is located. And disconnect a couple wires here and there.
If you had pics available, I might could be of more help. Trying to get a mental picture of what your talking about. I have taken apart alot of these, and can usually get one down to a bare mainboard within 5 minutes easily.
Are you still needing help with it?
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