Thevenin Equivalent

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Hey I cant figure out how to convert the below circuit into its thevenin equivalent. Im used to having two points to work with, but in this circuit there is only one and a ground.

http://img715.yfrog.com/i/13332492.jpg/ [Broken]
for some reason the image doesnt show up on my screen; if thats the case for you, the link is below
http://img715.yfrog.com/i/13332492.jpg/ [Broken]

help appreciated!
 
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Find the Thevenin equivalent between the free end of R3 and the ground.

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im still confused about the +5 V end, can you actually show me?
 
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There is a voltage source connected there. I made a new drawing, find the Thevenin equivalent between A and B.

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