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No parts required.

Image 1/2: Turn the device over. Image 2/2: Lightly apply downward pressure on the black covering on the disk tray until it snaps off.
  • Power on the device, eject the disk tray, and power off the device.

  • Turn the device over.

  • Lightly apply downward pressure on the black covering on the disk tray until it snaps off.

  • Caution, applying too much pressure can break the black covering.

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Image 1/2: Using a Phillips screw driver, remove the screws on both ends of the device circled red in the image. Image 2/2: Slide the side covers on either side towards the back of the device.
  • Turn the device around.

  • Using a Phillips screw driver, remove the screws on both ends of the device circled red in the image.

  • Slide the side covers on either side towards the back of the device.

  • There is a back cover on either side of the device.

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Image 1/3: Turn the device so that the bottom is facing up. Image 2/3: In the bottom, unclip the three plastic clips circled in red. Image 3/3: On either side, unclip the plastic clip circled in red
  • This step might require someone to help unclasping the plastic clips.

  • Turn the device so that the bottom is facing up.

  • In the bottom, unclip the three plastic clips circled in red.

  • On either side, unclip the plastic clip circled in red

  • Slide the black covering forwards to remove.

  • All five clips have to be unclasped for the covering to be removed.

  • Careful not to break the plastic clips when putting it back on.

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Image 1/2: Remove the cable by pulling upwards. Image 2/2: Be careful when pulling upwards on the ribbon cable. Too much force can cause it to rip.
  • Now, spot the large ribbon cable that connects between the motherboard and the port board.

  • Remove the cable by pulling upwards.

  • Be careful when pulling upwards on the ribbon cable. Too much force can cause it to rip.

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  • Use your Phillips screwdriver to take out the silver screw holding in the port board.

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  • Now use the tweezers to unclip the portboard on the side.

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Conclusion

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

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