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After removing four Phillips screws securing the inner chassis to the outer case, the guts can be removed in one piece.
Controls are routed through two daughterboards; one houses the two push-button elements and the other holds the volume dial.
The wireless card is attached to a small interconnect board, converting the four-pin connector found on the logic board into the USB connector used by the wireless card.
After a bit too much wiggling, we broke the FM antenna lead where it attaches to the board. Soldering iron to the rescue!
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