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HP6110xi filled with packing peanuts in move. How do I disassemble to fix?

Hi! We just moved, and our 6110xi was brilliantly packed directly in a box (not bagged first) full of packing peanuts. The peanuts shifted into every nook and cranny of the machine, even inside behind the white cable that the print cartridges run on, etcetera. I just cannot get everything out, and my printer is currently dead in the water. I need to take it apart to get everything out, but I have no idea how to do that, if it's even possible for me to do at home. I follow directions well, but I'd like to HAVE some before I just randomly starting unscrewing things. Any thoughts? Thanks! :)

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If you can open the side first or back cover it is helpful to see whats inside. Then you can see where is that peanuts go =). Make sure you open it very careful coz all the material uses to that unit is all plastic. If it doesn't come out u need to look for the screw dont force to loosen it. Make sure you put it back step by step too and dont lost that screws. Good luck

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