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Disassembling Samsung Galaxy S5



Insert a fingernail or plastic opening tool into the divot to the left of the rear-facing camera. Gently pry and twist the flexible rear cover off the back of the phone.
Insert a fingernail or plastic opening tool into the recess in the bottom right corner of the battery and lift upward. Remove the battery away from the phone.
Using a fingertip, pull the microSD card straight down out of its slot. Remove the microSD card from the phone.
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Hinges are loose on Toshiba NB505N508BL


Turn off the laptop, and remove the cord from the outlet.

Lift the laptop lid so the screen is in an open position.


Locate the small screws in the lower left and right corners of the screen.

If the screws are concealed by plastic plugs, carefully pry them out with a flathead screwdriver.


Use a Phillips screwdriver to turn each screw in a clockwise direction to tighten it.

Move the screen up and down to test it.


If it is still not tight, twist the screws counterclockwise to remove them.

Store the screws in a safe location.


Slip the tip of a knife into the seam where the front and rear of the screen meet.

Lift up on the knife to pry open the cover, and continue until the back cover is removed.


Rotate the laptop so the rear of the screen is facing you.

Locate the screws at the lower left and right corners of the screen.


Twist the screws in a clockwise direction to tighten.

Gently push the back of the screen into place with your fingers until it snaps back on.


Turn the notebook around so the monitor is facing you.

Reattach the screws to the bottom left and right corners of the screen.


Push the plastic plugs back over the screws if your computer had them.


hope this helps

Oct 11, 2012 | Toshiba NB505N508BL 10.1" Intel Atom...

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05 navigator shift lock actuator problem wont come out of park. i would like to know how to override so i dont have to pay a tow bill thank you


You need to remove the silver trim plate from around the shift console. This is done by gently prying it up using a screwdrive or similar tool (sometimes this can be done using only your fingers). At the top left corner of the grey shift cover you'll see a the word "OVERRIDE". There is a small plastic cover that needs to be rotated out of the way and then you can insert a small screwdrive/fingernail file or similar device into the slot and push down. This will allow the shifter to be moved out of PARK.

Aug 07, 2011 | 2005 Lincoln Navigator

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I have an 1877 Rockford pocket watch. I can open the face and the back cover, but can't figure out how to get to the "works". There is a pushin flat lever just below the stem (when the back cover is open). Do I hold that in while turning? or hold it in while prying up? Do you have an idea for me to try? I'm afraid I'll break it if I apply too much pressure.....


The "pin" you're describing sounds like the pin-set lever, which would be used to set the time. Pushing in the pin while turning the winding crown will move the hands forwards or backwards, depending on the direction in which you're turning the crown.
If you are trying to see the rear of the watch movement--i.e., where the balance wheel is ticking--and you can't see anything after removing or opening the back cover, you probably have a watch case with two back covers. This is not uncommon--the first cover might have engraving or a photo inside it; the second cover would serve as a dust shield. While the rear cover may screw off or be hinged, the inner cover is almost always hinged. Look for a tiny divot or imperfection in the dust cover where it does not seem to cleanly meet the rest of the case. Insert a case opening knife (or just a dull pocket knife blade) into that opening and *gently* twist. Do not get too aggressive here or you could deeply scratch the watch case and/or skitter across the face of the watch movement, significantly reducing the value of your pocket watch.
The dust cover should pop open with only a small amount of pressure. Swing it back, and admire the view of your pocket watch movement.
If none of this matches what you're seeing on your watch, follow up with any identifying language about the type of watch case that you have. Typically, the manufacturer will stamp some info inside the outer-most back cover of the watch. Note that the case maker is probably not Rockford; movements and cases were often sold separately and mated together at a jewelry store. That way, people could put a good movement in a cheap case, or a cheap movement in an expensive gold case.

May 09, 2011 | Watches

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removing front door panels


gently pry out the plastic insert behind the inside door handle and remove the two black screws behind. gently pry up the plastic insert covering the brass screw at the bottom of the handhold and remove. gently pry up the window switch panel from the rear, and disconnect the electrical connector by pressing down the catch, and pulling out of the socket. remove the two brass screws holding the center of the door panel that are now exposed. remove the black plastic cover in the upper most forward part of the door by gently prying. the rest of the door panel is held on using snap clips. gently pry away from the door, and work the door handle through the door handle opening in the panel as you slide the door panel up and away from the door itself.

Jan 09, 2010 | 2003 Honda Civic

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2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited


Hey all,
I was able to get installation instructions for the cross bars from http://www.capitolhyundai.com and from http://dealerfit.com.  Thanks much to these folks for providing a pdf of these instructions free of charge!
Below is the text from the instruction set that worked best for me.  The other instruction set was nearly identical but it had an alternate Step 2 which involved using a small plastic pry bar.  I added that alternate Step below in the instruction step.  Hopefully I'm able to insert the image of each instruction set so that the Figures are visible.  Its actually not that easy getting the rear rail covers off and its pretty easy to crack them.  I'd recommend gently rocking the covers for a couple minutes in order to loosen them up.  Once you get the covers off, the rest of the install is a breeze and can be done in 2 minutes.  If you have questions, go ahead and contact me.  I also took several photos of my install and that might be helpul.  Cheers!
-LePig
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SANTA FE 2008 PIN U8210-28000 Cross Bar Assembly Installation Procedures
Kit Contents: • (2) Cross Bar Assemblies Required Tools: • Flat Head Screwdriver
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
1. Carefully unscrew and remove radio antenna. 2. Grasp the rear rail covers with both hands. Squeeze and pull up & inwards (toward the center of the vehicle) to remove covers. Take care not to break off the tabs by lifting the rear section of the cover first (Figure 1). Be careful not to scratch, damage or dent any painted surfaces. DO NOT PRY AGAINST THE VEHICLE BODY, THIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE. 2. - Alternate Method - Locate notch in rear of each cover to insert plastic pry bar.  Remove cover by prying up (with tool) and lifting rear at 45 degree angle (Fig 1). Be careful not to scratch, damage or dent any painted surfaces. DO NOT PRY AGAINST THE VEHICLE BODY, THIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE TO THE VEHICLE. 3. Check assembly clips for damage and dislocation. Replace if necessary. 4. Open the lever on one side of front/rear cross bar. Gently set the cross bar, with the arrows facing forward, into the channel of the side rails (Figure 2). Guide both sides into the track. 5. To adjust cross bars, open lever and place cross bars in desired location. Close lever (Figure 3). Try to move bars forward/back until they lock into place. 6. Reinstall rear covers by holding cover at a 45 degree angle and inserting the front tab into the rear of the roof rack. After aligning, snap cover in place (Figure 4). Be sure that the rubber lip does not interfere with the covers, and that the covers are fully seated. 7. Reinstall the radio antenna. Note: To remove the cross bars, remove the antenna, remove the covers, open lever of cross bar and slide to end of rail. Hold down locking fingers (on both RH/LH rear rail supports) with a flat head screwdriver (Figure 5). This will allow removal of cross bars from the rails.

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Jul 02, 2008 | 2007 Hyundai Santa Fe Limited

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