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My Aging GX CD1200 was recently sent in for repair but the repair shop was unable to get spares for the circuit board. I found, upon its return that they had actually fixed the problem. However, they snapped an equaliser shaft which I would like to repair. However, despite undoing all the screws I could find, I cannot get the machine apart. The base will not move but the top is quite loose. Any suggestions?

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As I mentioned in my somewhat lengthy problem description, I had undone - or rather thought I had - all of the screws holding the back of machine to the front. However, even though the large screw accessible from inside the batterry cover seemed to be turning freely, the bottom section of the machine would not separate. In desperation, I changed to a finer head on my philips screwdriver and pressed it in really hard. As soon as I turned it, the bottom of the machine began to move away from the front.
So the only problem was that the screw in question had not been loosened properly. Although the initial philips head had loosened all the other screws, on close examination, it seemed worn and the new head was obviously sharp enough to do the trick.

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