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Just to add to what has already been said…. removing and cleaning the silver screen and clean it and the black rubber pad under it worked for me.
Just to add to what has already been said…. removing and cleaning the silver screen and clean it and the black rubber pad under it worked for me.
 
To remove the screen 1st with a needle go around the screen to remove most of the glue.. its a tight fit but you should see some of the glue lifting up and then using the pores of the screen start lifting gently in increments around the top.
 
Once removed you can also gently lift and remove the rubber pad.
 
I put both in hedroperoxide to remove the wax build lightly tapping it with the needle to help the process along.
 
Take note: the underside of the rubber pad has a sticky rubber cement like substance that after I cleaned it it was still sticky and was placed back on the little “crossbar" that it was stuck to. Might also consider putting just a tiny bit of rubber cement around the screen to secure it in place.

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Edit by: Erick Rivera ,

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Just to add to what has already been said…. removing the silver screen and clean it and the black rubber pad under it workworked for me.
Just to add to what has already been said…. removing the silver screen and clean it and the black rubber pad under it workworked for me.
 
To remove the screen 1st with a needle go around the screen to remove most of the glue.. its a tight fit but you should see some of the glue lifting up and then using the pores of the screen start lifting gently in increments around the top.
 
Once removed you can also gently lift and remove the rubber pad.
 
I put both in hedroperoxide to remove the wax build lightly tapping it with the needle to help the process along.
 
Take note: the underside of the rubber pad has a sticky rubber cement like substance that after I cleaned it it was still sticky and was placed back on the little “crossbar" that it was stuck to. Might also consider putting just a tiny bit of rubber cement around the screen to secure it in place.
Take note: the underside of the rubber pad has a sticky rubber cement like substance that after I cleaned it it was still sticky and was placed back on the little “crossbar" that it was stuck to. Might also consider putting just a tiny bit of rubber cement around the screen to secure it in place.

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Original post by: Erick Rivera ,

Text:

Just to add to what has already been said…. removing the silver screen and clean it and the black rubber pad under it work for me.

To remove the screen 1st with a needle go around the screen to remove most of the glue.. its a tight fit but you should see some of the glue lifting up and then using the pores of the screen start lifting gently in increments around the top.

Once removed you can also gently lift and remove the rubber pad.

I put both in hedroperoxide to remove the wax build lightly tapping it with the needle to help the process along.

Take note: the underside of the rubber pad has a sticky rubber cement like substance that after I cleaned it it was still sticky and placed back on the little “crossbar" that it was stuck to. Might also consider putting just a tiny bit of rubber cement around the screen to secure it in place.

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