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I need a bottom case cover for Envy m7 Laptop model m7-n101dx

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I am looking for the actual part number for the bottom outside cover of a HP Envy m7 17" Notebook. The product number is M1W07UA#ABA and a search of that product reveals that it is an m7-n101dx. Howver I cannot find a link on HP site to locate the actual part number of the bottom cover. It is aluminum molded around plastic. I accidently laid my elbow on it and dented and cracked it. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I have seen some used ones on ebay but I want to make sure I get the right part before buying or bidding on one since i will be stuck with it once I buy it. Thanks in advance for any help.

 

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I need a bottom case cover for Envy m7 Laptop model m7-n101dx

Here is the Manual:

 

m7-n100 Service Manual

 

Do you mean the "Base Enclosure" depicted on p. 15 as "21", and listed on page 18 as item "20"? 

 

Base enclosure 813783-001

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/813783-001-AM1CR000310ZCP1-GENUINE-HP-BASE-COVER-ENVY-M7-N-M7-N101DX-GRD-A-/...

 

Replacing this part is going to mean essentially rebuilding this laptop from the ground up, you know. 

 

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Hi thank you, this is exactly what I was looking for! Yes I realize it will take quite a bit of effort. I actually already took care of it. As long as you take your time and remember how everything comes apart you will be OK. I actually used my webcam and recorded myself taking it apart and played back the video when I ran into any issues of where what cable or screw went. Thanks for all your time and help.

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