Introduction

If your buttons keep getting stuck on your Blu-Ray Player, you will see in this guide that there are only a few screws to remove to easily get to the front panel.

Image 1/2: Don't forget, there are two more 12mm screws on the other side as well. Image 2/2: Don't forget, there are two more 12mm screws on the other side as well.
  • Remove the 12mm screws with the Philips #2 screwdriver which keep the plastic panels in place.

  • Don't forget, there are two more 12mm screws on the other side as well.

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Image 1/3: Then, remove the two 12mm black screws - one on each side of the back of the device - holding the top panel on. Image 2/3: Lastly, remove the three 12mm black screws on each side of device. Image 3/3: Lastly, remove the three 12mm black screws on each side of device.
  • First, remove the three 12mm black screws holding the top panel on (Phillips #2).

  • Then, remove the two 12mm black screws - one on each side of the back of the device - holding the top panel on.

  • Lastly, remove the three 12mm black screws on each side of device.

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Image 1/3: After gently disconnecting the two ribbon cables (you can just pull them out with your hand), take the top off and set it to the side. Image 2/3: After gently disconnecting the two ribbon cables (you can just pull them out with your hand), take the top off and set it to the side. Image 3/3: After gently disconnecting the two ribbon cables (you can just pull them out with your hand), take the top off and set it to the side.
  • Carefully lift up the top panel, because there are two blue ribbon cables that must be disconnected before removing the panel, and we do NOT want them to break.

  • After gently disconnecting the two ribbon cables (you can just pull them out with your hand), take the top off and set it to the side.

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Image 1/3: Remove each bar by unscrewing the two 10mm silver screws on each end. Image 2/3: Remove each bar by unscrewing the two 10mm silver screws on each end. Image 3/3: Remove each bar by unscrewing the two 10mm silver screws on each end.
  • After the top is off, you'll see that there are two metal bars that go across the top of the device.

  • Remove each bar by unscrewing the two 10mm silver screws on each end.

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  • Now, on the front panel, you will want to remove the two 10mm screws on top of the device.

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Image 1/3: With your screwing hand, use the plastic opening tool to gently undo the three clips on the bottom of the device. Image 2/3: Then put the device back down and undo the two clips on the side. Image 3/3: Then put the device back down and undo the two clips on the side.
  • Place your blu-ray player so that it's facing the ceiling and support it with your non-dominant hand.

  • With your screwing hand, use the plastic opening tool to gently undo the three clips on the bottom of the device.

  • Then put the device back down and undo the two clips on the side.

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Image 1/3: Now the front should be detached so you can remove the front panel from the rest of the device. Image 2/3: Now the front should be detached so you can remove the front panel from the rest of the device. Image 3/3: Now the front should be detached so you can remove the front panel from the rest of the device.
  • On the top of the panel, use the plastic opening tool to unhook the top two clips.

  • Now the front should be detached so you can remove the front panel from the rest of the device.

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Image 1/2: NOTE: In these photos, the disk drive is removed. You don't have to remove the disk drive during this particular guide. Image 2/2: NOTE: In these photos, the disk drive is removed. You don't have to remove the disk drive during this particular guide.
  • Remove the ribbon cable found on the front panel by gently pulling at the base of the cable at each end.

  • NOTE: In these photos, the disk drive is removed. You don't have to remove the disk drive during this particular guide.

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Image 1/3: Congratulations! You have taken out the front panel! Image 2/3: Congratulations! You have taken out the front panel! Image 3/3: Congratulations! You have taken out the front panel!
  • Finally, remove the two 10mm screws on the front.

  • Congratulations! You have taken out the front panel!

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Conclusion

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

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