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How to remove stereo? Dashboard cover removal!

Own a 96 Nissan Pulsar / Lucino, I have removed all obvious screws to try and be able to remove stereo but still the plastic cover wont come off dashboard area which 'covers' the stereo - I cant find any owners manual anywhere - can anyone help?

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