The left touch pad button of my e1405 is depressed; it still works, but not quite as well as it did and I fear that at some point it will no longer work. My laptop is about eight months old and already showing general physical signs of wear--in addition to the touch pad button the screen is feeling a bit loose and the keyboard has a key missing (although that is due to my two-year old daughter). I probably won't be buying a Dell again as I feel that in general their design is rather shoddy, and I'd rather spend a few hundred dollars more for a better built machine (e.g. a Mac or Lenovo, etc). But I'd like to make this one last for at least another year, preferrably two or more (my general rule of thumb is that a laptop should last me at least three years). So my question: how to fix the touch pad button? I am not a techy type but am savvy enough to, say, replace a laptop keyboard if necessary. But I'm not sure how to get to the touch pad buttons...anyone have any idea? Thanks!