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[* black] The rear cover (along with the LCD assembly) is separated once allfinally gives in and jumps ship from the rest of the pesky hidden screws are foundbody.
[* black] WellWell, this is excitingnifty. Notice the red dots drawn on the inside of the rear cover.cover? Each dot seems to correspond withto the location of a screw. We speculateassume this is done to keep track of each screw during the manufacturing process.
[* black] Unfortunately, every button on the rear cover is located on a single ribbon cable. This makes replacement ofrepair much more costly if a single component that much more costlyswitch gets fried.
[* black] The rear cover (along with the LCD assembly) is separated once allfinally gives in and jumps ship from the rest of the pesky hidden screws are foundbody.
[* black] WellWell, this is excitingnifty. Notice the red dots drawn on the inside of the rear cover.cover? Each dot seems to correspond withto the location of a screw. We speculateassume this is done to keep track of each screw during the manufacturing process.
[* black] Unfortunately, every button on the rear cover is located on a single ribbon cable. This makes replacement ofrepair much more costly if a single component that much more costlyswitch gets fried.