Introduction

Using a metal spudger may cause damage but it is the most efficient tool to use. There is a sticky adhesive under the top button compartment followed by a metal piece then a rubber piece. Once you get the first part off the rest is simple.

Parts

No parts required.

Insert the flat end of wide metal spudger into the seam of the plastic buffer surrounding the buttons and pry it open. Insert the flat end of wide metal spudger into the seam of the plastic buffer surrounding the buttons and pry it open. Insert the flat end of wide metal spudger into the seam of the plastic buffer surrounding the buttons and pry it open.
  • Insert the flat end of wide metal spudger into the seam of the plastic buffer surrounding the buttons and pry it open.

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Use A #00 Phillips head screwdriver and turn counterclockwise to remove the four indicated screws. Set the screws aside. Set the screws aside.
  • Use A #00 Phillips head screwdriver and turn counterclockwise to remove the four indicated screws.

  • Set the screws aside.

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Apply pressure and turn counterclockwise to remove the indicated 2.5 mm screw. Apply pressure and turn counterclockwise to remove the indicated 2.5 mm screw.
  • Apply pressure and turn counterclockwise to remove the indicated 2.5 mm screw.

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Conclusion

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

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