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Remove back cover

How do i remove back cover, I have already removed base,
But I dont see any other screws.

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All screws have been remove right? Ok, theres clips locking down the back cover at the side of the LCD. What you can do is by using a flat head screw driver push into the side of the LCD and bend to remove the cover and the clips.remove back cover - 08d3a47.jpg

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