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Changes to Step #8

Edit by Philip Le Riche

Edit approved by Philip Le Riche


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[* black] Remove a crew retaining the keyboard.
[* black] Lift the keyboard from the back to disengage it from clips on the two sides. Take care not to lift it too far or you may damage its connecting ribbon.
[* black] Turn the keyboard over by lifting the back and turning it towards yourself. Lay it flat on its face.
[* black] With a fingernail or prying tool, gently lift the black clamping bar on the keyboard ribbon connector and withdraw the ribbon from the connector.
[* icon_caution] Note that the black clamping bar is easily broken. Repair would be very difficult.