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Front screen What are the steps in removing the front screen (and plastic frame) without damage? Also....I would like to remove the entire top section that holds the screen and mirror. I have removed the screws that from the bottom of the screen frame into the base. It's still attatched by a couple of screws that I cannot locate. Any ideas? Thank you, James

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