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Edit by Ron Davis

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[* red] With the screws removed, use the metal spudger with the long tip and insert it below the audio jack power volume button board as shown in the picture. The purpose isa plastic opening tool to lightly pry the board lifting up up over a plastic positioning peg (circled red).
[* icon_note] These images show a metal spudger, but you should use plastic opening tools to prevent possible damage to your device.

[* blue] Using the black spudger, insertInsert the tip of a spudger where the upper screw was located. (Use picture for reference) The purpose is tolocated and push the board inward whenwhile prying up with the board is being pried by the metal spudgerplastic opening tool.
[* red] With the screws removed, use the metal spudger with the long tip and insert it below the audio jack power volume button board as shown in the picture. The purpose isa plastic opening tool to lightly pry the board lifting up up over a plastic positioning peg (circled red).
[* icon_note] These images show a metal spudger, but you should use plastic opening tools to prevent possible damage to your device.

[* blue] Using the black spudger, insertInsert the tip of a spudger where the upper screw was located. (Use picture for reference) The purpose is tolocated and push the board inward whenwhile prying up with the board is being pried by the metal spudgerplastic opening tool.
[* black] Once both tools are in position, lightly pry with the metal spudger, just enough for the board to lift off of the positioning peg and then push inward with the black spudger. Notice how in the last picture the board is beginning to separate from the corner.
[* icon_note] Some of the other plastic prying tools can also be used in place of the metal spudger to prevent possible damage to neighboring circuit boards due to prying.