1. Using a #0 phillips screwdriver, remove the (2) #4 Phillips head 8mm screws holding the  back cover on. Note that the screws are captured in the back cover, so they do not need to be completely removed.
    • Using a #0 phillips screwdriver, remove the (2) #4 Phillips head 8mm screws holding the back cover on. Note that the screws are captured in the back cover, so they do not need to be completely removed.

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  2. Remove the (6) #3 Phillips head 6 mm screws shown in any order, also using the #0 phillips screwdriver.  When removing the final screw, hold the assembly together.  There is a spring inside the device which will pop the assembly apart when all the screws are removed.
    • Remove the (6) #3 Phillips head 6 mm screws shown in any order, also using the #0 phillips screwdriver. When removing the final screw, hold the assembly together. There is a spring inside the device which will pop the assembly apart when all the screws are removed.

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    • Carefully separate the two sections, leaving them connected by the wires. At this point, your device should look like this. This completes the teardown.

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    • Remove the buttons by de-soldering them from the wires they are attached to or from the mother board. Refer to the soldering guide here.

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    • After removing the buttons, solder new, operational buttons back into place.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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