Actually looking at the computer, it looks like a All in one desktop which are hard to open.
Saw this in another forum thread
"There is a reason they are not giving you this information and that isthey do not want you getting into it. Sonny is annal about who canrepair anything that they make. Anyway, my wife's iMac G5 is an all onecomputer as well and I would not mess with it myself and I considermyself a good computer repair person. In my opinion if you do not findat least something to give you some sort of an ideal how to brake thecase down then I would not go braking into it for fear I could void thewarranty or worse brake something.
I will share an experience with you. I was repairing a customerscomputer and her case was a bear to get into. Once I got it opened itgave way unexpectedly and a wire that was soldered to the motherboardand attached to the case ripped a capacitor from the motherboard. Thatmeant I had to buy her a new motherboard. Think about it before youact".
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