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[* black] Use the tip of a spudger to depress the audio board retaining clip (shown in red) to release the audio board from the lower casebottom housing.
[* black] Use the tip of a spudger to depress the audio board retaining clip (shown in red) to release the audio board from the lower casebottom housing.
[* black] Lift the audio board from its free end and remove it from the Mini.
[* icon_reminder] Don't forget to transfer the audio ribbon cable to your new audio board.