Parts

No parts required.

Remove the sticker on the bottom. Remove the two screws holding the bottom plate in place.  Use Phillips screwdriver tip #1 , the screw head-size is 5mm.
  • Remove the sticker on the bottom.

  • Remove the two screws holding the bottom plate in place. Use Phillips screwdriver tip #1 , the screw head-size is 5mm.

Remove the back sticker that has all the labels. There are two screws to remove. They are 6mm in diameter, use phillips screw tip #1.
  • Remove the back sticker that has all the labels.

  • There are two screws to remove. They are 6mm in diameter, use phillips screw tip #1.

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Depress the 12 clips along the edge into the router. Use the nylon spudger as using a metal object could cause damage. Depress the 12 clips along the edge into the router. Use the nylon spudger as using a metal object could cause damage. Depress the 12 clips along the edge into the router. Use the nylon spudger as using a metal object could cause damage.
  • Depress the 12 clips along the edge into the router. Use the nylon spudger as using a metal object could cause damage.

Once you have one side open, keep a spudger wedged between both sides. This will help keep it open in case it tries to snap back together. These clips are tough and may need some additional force. These clips are tough and may need some additional force.
  • Once you have one side open, keep a spudger wedged between both sides. This will help keep it open in case it tries to snap back together.

  • These clips are tough and may need some additional force.

Lift the board and pull down, away from the antennas. Lift the board and pull down, away from the antennas. Lift the board and pull down, away from the antennas.
  • Lift the board and pull down, away from the antennas.

Conclusion

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

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