M7 Disassembly

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  1. QuantumXL

    QuantumXL Pen Pal - Newbie

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    Now i just recently had a Fan "Cooling" problem. The fan from the exhaust was not working at all. I tried opening up the base of the tecra M7 and it gave me a very difficult time. It was as if i was missing a screw directly in the middle. So i was looking around and i removed all the screws from the bottom. So i was confused. The edges came out alright, but there seemed to be a center peice holding it in. SO i look under the key board and remove the 3 screws from underneath there (one from the module other 2 from the two other unknown plates which i didn't stay under there long enough to find out what it was) I was able to rotate the fan a bit to get it working again, but that wasn't my main concern. I was more worried if i was going to break the base or not. Anyone have any good disassembly guides to remove the base. Thank you.
     
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    poetdante Scribbler - Standard Member Senior Member

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    I found one for disassembling my r15. do a google search
     
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