Introduction

How to open your Link.usb Audio Interface device despite no visible screws.

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  • Put the device in front of you, with the knob labels the right side up

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Image 1/2: All the rubber Image 2/2: Use your fingernails, then pull with your bare hands. Do no use a heat gun or prying tool as they will damage the adhesive.
  • Pry the rubber off the top of the device

  • All the rubber

  • Use your fingernails, then pull with your bare hands. Do no use a heat gun or prying tool as they will damage the adhesive.

  • 5 screw holes will appear. Leave them alone for now.

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Image 1/2: Take a heat gun to the two small foam pads Image 2/2: You only need to pry off the halves on the top plastic shell
  • Look at the side of the device with the metal stand

  • Take a heat gun to the two small foam pads

  • You only need to pry off the halves on the top plastic shell

  • Put scraps of glossy paper on the foam pads to prevent them from sticking on again

  • Alternatively, if you do not mind sacrificing aesthetics, you may slice the foam pads down the middle as in the picture.

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  • Now remove the 5 Philips screws on top

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Image 1/1: No clips anywhere
  • Simply lift off the top

  • No clips anywhere

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Image 1/1: They are not attached to the bottom shell
  • You could now lift out the whole innards

  • They are not attached to the bottom shell

  • No, the mess of glue is how it left the factory

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Conclusion

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

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