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  1. To remove the plastic cover. You want to use the plastic opener and starting with corners. Then insert the metal spudger in the opening and slowly move the metal spudger along all sides of the cover. Caution: Metal spudger can damage the internal components of the device such as the motherboard. Make sure to use it  carefully in order to avoid any unnecessary damages.
    • To remove the plastic cover. You want to use the plastic opener and starting with corners.

    • Then insert the metal spudger in the opening and slowly move the metal spudger along all sides of the cover.

    • Caution: Metal spudger can damage the internal components of the device such as the motherboard. Make sure to use it carefully in order to avoid any unnecessary damages.

    • Make sure the metal supdger is inserted deep enough as the cover is glued to the device.

    • Carefully remove the cover as it can be very fragile

  2. Remove eight 10.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the cover. Insert a metal spurger at the corner to help loosen the cover. There is still glue sticking the front cover and the back cover together.
    • Remove eight 10.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the cover.

    • Insert a metal spurger at the corner to help loosen the cover.

    • There is still glue sticking the front cover and the back cover together.

    • Starting with corners, lift up the cover slowly and carefully.

    • Do not pull too hard when removing the cover. There are wires connecting between the battery and the circuit board.

  3. Identity the speaker cover, and remove four 4.5  mm Phillips #1 screws. Lift up the cone. It should be removed very easily by hand.
    • Identity the speaker cover, and remove four 4.5 mm Phillips #1 screws.

    • Lift up the cone. It should be removed very easily by hand.

  4. Remove four 5.2mm Phillips #1 screws that are securing  the circuit board. Unplug the connecting wire from the circuit board.  Carefully lift up the circuit board.
    • Remove four 5.2mm Phillips #1 screws that are securing the circuit board.

    • Unplug the connecting wire from the circuit board. Carefully lift up the circuit board.

    • Same as step 3, remove four 4.5 mm Phillips #1 screws from the speaker cone.

Conclusion

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

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