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Einleitung

This is a step by step guide to removing the keyboard cover of an IBM ThinkPad 560z. The keyboard cover is most commonly removed to facilitate the cleaning or replacement of the keyboard.

  1. Remove the 7 mm Phillips #0 screws.
    • Remove the 7 mm Phillips #0 screws.

    • Remove the 10 mm Phillips #0 screws.

    • Remove the 14 mm Phillips #0 screw.

  2. Open the flap on the left hand side. Open the flap on the left hand side.
    • Open the flap on the left hand side.

  3. Insert the plastic opening tools between the right and left sides of the latch. Pry the right side  of the latch, and then pry the left side to detach the laptop's cover.
    • Insert the plastic opening tools between the right and left sides of the latch.

    • Pry the right side of the latch, and then pry the left side to detach the laptop's cover.

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  5. Open the flap on the right side. Open the flap on the right side.
    • Open the flap on the right side.

  6. Insert the plastic opening tools towards the right side of the latch.
    • Insert the plastic opening tools towards the right side of the latch.

    • Gently pry the right side out to release the top cover.

  7. Lift the keyboard slowly. A cable connects the keyboard to the motherboard. If you are not careful, you will damage the cable.
    • Lift the keyboard slowly.

    • A cable connects the keyboard to the motherboard. If you are not careful, you will damage the cable.

  8. Use your fingers or a spudger to detach the connector.
    • Use your fingers or a spudger to detach the connector.

  9. Carefully lift and remove the keyboard. Carefully lift and remove the keyboard.
    • Carefully lift and remove the keyboard.

Abschluss

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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