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[* black] The only seam to be found is where the rubber meets the metal, making that the obvious entry point.
[* black] Optimistically, we blast it with some heat in order to soften the adhesive which, presumably, holds this thing together. Then we attach two perfectly-fitting suction cups, one to either side, and start tug-of-warring.
[* black] The white cover material on the charging surface starts to ''stretch'' slightly, but the actual gap doesn’t budge. (Sometimes we're ''too'' optimistic.)
[* black] So, under the knife it goes! Some persuasion from our X-acto friendrazor knife gets us past the white cover, between the plastic and metal underneath, where we can start prying.
[* black] So, under the knife it goes! Some persuasion from our X-acto friendrazor knife gets us past the white cover, between the plastic and metal underneath, where we can start prying.