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How to dsimount housing (sides) I need to open

How to dsimount housing (sides) I need to open the main box

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Hi,

I have a problem with Talea Touch (water).I remove the bean container, but after It is impossible for me to Lift the top cover at the back up. I try but It's seem blocked. Could you explain more or send me a picture.
My email address is tlafont@laposte.net

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Hi..remove the bean container and then the coffee spout with T10 screw driver.
Lift the top cover at the back up the release the clips...then put the finger under the front cover in the middle section and pull forward and slide over the spout area to prevent chipping the frame of screen.
Then you will see the T10 screws holding the sides.

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