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[* black] Remove the nut from the plate against the PCB.
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PCB, using a Phillips screwdriver.
[* black] Remove the snap-fits of the PCB, so the plate and the PCB can be disconnected.
[* icon_note] Flathead screwdriver for punching and sculling.
[* black] Remove the nut from the plate against the PCB.
[* icon_note]
PCB, using a Phillips screwdriver.
[* black] Remove the snap-fits of the PCB, so the plate and the PCB can be disconnected.
[* icon_note] Flathead screwdriver for punching and sculling.
[* icon_caution] The order of loosening the snap-fits now becomes important. First carefully press out (in an upward direction) four click fingers (of the plastic buttons) that hold the plate in place, and then push out four pins in the PCB. This will loosen the buttons. Beware of not affecting the transistors integrity when removing the plate.
[* black] Remove the snap-fits of the PCB, so the plate and the PCB can be disconnected. Use a flathead screwdriver for punching and sculling.

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