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Canon Pixma MP130 Casing

Any ideas how to remove side panels ? There appears to be a screw stopping me from removing the panel.

Is it concealed under the plastic/rubber foot?

I would like to be sure before I do any damage

Appreciate any advice

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I have taken the screws (2 on each side of the back) out and taken the lid off and just pryed a bit from the back, enough not to break it, and seen the front just needs to be off a bit

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