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Button worn and stuck

I need to open the machine and remove the forward button.  I removed the case screws but the front plate is holding outer case together.  Is there a trick to this?

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There are a series of molded plastic "hooks" on the top & bottom case running along the handle seam. Once you get the 6 bottom screws out, carefully (!) work a large flat-blade screwdriver between the case halves as it opens, working toward the handle. With careful application of pressure, the handle seam will pop apart. These hooks were only in the very first from production Carousel 4xxx & 5xxx and the Ektagraphic III series. Now you know why they were removed - - it's a pain to get the projector open !!!

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