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[* black] More screws and prying with the plastic opening tool.
[* red] The magnets in the corners of the rear LCD bezel allow the display to snap into place for either netbook or tablet usage.
[* orange] The offset magnets are used to tell the computer what orientation the LCD is in (tablet or Netbook). Remember [guide|4399|these|stepid=20232guide|4399|these|stepid=20361]?
[* orange] The offset magnets are used to tell the computer what orientation the LCD is in (tablet or Netbook). Remember [guide|4399|these|stepid=20232guide|4399|these|stepid=20361]?
[* black] The switches on the underside of the upper case are Field-Effect Transistors ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FET|FET]), which alter their conductivity in the presence of a magnetic field. The offset magnets in the rear bezel cause the FETs to indicate which position the screen is in.
[* black] Apparently we are [http://media.smashingmagazine.com/cdn_smash/wp-content/uploads/uploader/images/signs/please-do-not-touch/full_please-do-not-touch.jpg|not supposed to touch] the inverter board. This is likely due to the frailty of the connections between the board and the LCD cables.