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Memorex mi1111 iPOD dock / CD player. Intermitent (more on than off) apparent short inside which gives lots of buzzing. How do I get the thing open so I can try to find a loose wire, etc.?

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Use a razor blade to pry the front cover from the back, but be very careful.

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