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Cleaning underside glas plate

I want to clean the underside of the scanner glas-plate but I don't know how to dismantle my officejet G55. There are some line's at the underside of the glas-plate on the spot where the electrical cable (of the scanning light) touches the glas.Their's also inkt comming out from the underside (on the side where the inkt-cartridges are stored), to handle this I also need to know how to dismantle my Officejet G55.

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Hi, I had to dismantle my HPG55 to clean the glass and found the instructions at the HP website. The link to the site is below. The instructions are very clear, and there are also photos to help you along the way. I hope this helps.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/document?lc=de&dlc=de&cc=de&docname=c00498704#N216

Sincerely,
Tosty

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