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How do you replace the power outlet cover on the dash?

One of the outlet covers below the audio system in the dash is broken.  I purchased a new one from a dealer for about $5 and it looked like an easy replacement.  However, I am unable to remove the old one from the dash.  Please advise.
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One of the outlet covers below the audio system in the dash is broken. I purchased a new one from a dealer for about $5 and it looked like an easy replacement. However, I am unable to remove the old one from the dash. Please advise.

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Step 3

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