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I have an emachines M6410 laptop and the connector to the AC adaptor input has been damaged and needs to be replaced. I can not find a service center that will take on the job and I am willing to do it myself. My problem is, I can not seem to be able to get access to the motherboard so I can change the connector out. Are there some hidden screws or catches on this unit that I can't see? I have removed all the screw I can find on the back and opened the hard drive bay, memory bay and CPU bay and removed whatever screws I found in there. The problems seems to be around where the monitor connects to the keyboard. Any help would be appreciated.

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Are there any clips that hold or pop off so you can remove the keyboard?
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First things first: Try to get the manual. The model number +manual, or

model no. filetype:pdf

will often locate it in Google.
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