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I went to the Salter website and I could not find that model number. Salter Disc Electronic Digital Kitchen Scales White
However, looking at the other models they had there should be a door on the bottom of the scale. It looks like a release tab that you push in then lift up on. Give that a try.
One can overtighten the input jack and "un-rivet" the jack. They are not made very well !!! OFTEN when they appear loose, they HAVE un-riveted the threaded sleeve from the metal inside the jack... that USUALLY requires REPLACEMENT of the jack itself.
The cabinet backs on a lot of these have to be PRIED out as the Tolex covering often makes them tight.
The amp portion is often retained by screws from the top and or sides AND even the two holding the handle on... there are many different configurations. Sometimes the amp comes out the front, sometimes the back. It is easy to shear off the speaker wires when removing some of them.
How to open up the Salter 3007 Aquatronic Digital Scale: 1. Look for a hole (covered by a label) on the bottom of the device, not
far from the L-R centre line, and about 1-3/4" from the front. Peel
back the label and use a small cross-head screwdriver to loosen the
screw that can be seen though the hole (needs about one turn, no need to
remove it). Place the scale upright, and rotate the weighing pad
slightly in a clockwise direction. This will disengage the tabs on the
plastic pad which hold it to a metal base, so that it can be lifted off.
2. Remove the six screws recessed around the bottom of the scale.
3. Place the scale upright and gently "snap" apart the top and bottom
shells (catches molded into the left and right ends). Be *** VERY
CAREFUL *** when doing this as the display is held in place on a plastic
bridge by the upper shell. When this is removed the display is loose
except for a flexible plastic printed connector strip (which links it to
the circuit board). It is *** all too easy for this strip to break away
at one end or the other ***.