Original post by: Sean ,
Okay, found them, but then I would have never figured that they would put screw holes under the stickers that have the manufacturers information and what not. This is information that you may need, yet gets tore up from having to peel it off to access the screws. There are 5 total screws that have to be taken out. There is one that is located inside where the batteries are and the other four are located around the edges on the bottom. None of which are visible. You must take off two stickers that sub as gliders (if you want to call them that), the other two are under the information stickers, you can peel these back carefully without damaging the information if this is important you). There are 3 that are identical and then 2 of which are completely different, so I suggest that you lay the screws out in the pattern that you removed them. This will help placing the screws back into the correct holes.