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[* blackicon_note] The picture at left (rear panel already removed) shows the locations of the metal clips (shown in red) that snap on to the front display bezel. In the next few steps, you will use a small flathead screwdriver to release these clips from a ridge around the perimeter of the front display bezel.
[* icon_caution] When prying in the following steps, be sure not to damage the antenna cables that run
around the perimeter of the front display bezel.
[* blackicon_note] The picture at left (rear panel already removed) shows the locations of the metal clips (shown in red) that snap on to the front display bezel. In the next few steps, you will use a small flathead screwdriver to release these clips from a ridge around the perimeter of the front display bezel.
[* icon_caution] When prying in the following steps, be sure not to damage the antenna cables that run
around the perimeter of the front display bezel.