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[* black] This screw came pre-screwed-up. We're beginning to think that our Xbox "E" was assembled extra erroneously'''E'''xtra '''E'''rroneously.
[* black] This screw came pre-screwed-up. We're beginning to think that our Xbox "E" was assembled extra erroneously'''E'''xtra '''E'''rroneously.
[* black] The Torx screws in the metal frame are reluctant to let go, so we grab the extension from our [product|IF145-022|54 bit driver kit|new_window=true] and use it to activate high-torque driver mode.
[* black] With the final component of the outer case out of the way, we can finally get to the really good stuff.
[* black] Inspection at a macro level doesn't reveal any major changes. Let's see what happens [http://inception.davepedu.com/|if we go deeper|new_window=true].