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Default Guides to take laptops apart. Where?

I have a Toshiba A215-S7422. Not that I plan to rip it apart anytime soon, but I'd like to find some documentation on how to disassemble it in the case I wanted to do a major modification, whether it be replacing the LCD, replacing (or tightening, if possible) the hinges, or anything else of that nature. I'd just like to have it on hand and packed away with all of my other documentation for the rest of my Toshiba stuff... But... I can't seem to find everything. Every "guide" I find is some kind of a guide to get something working, not disassembling.
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