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lift scanner lid from the back, it slides up,
underneath there are two screws , one on either side. remove them.
under the control panel there is a gap, this pulls up to reveal the inside of the printer.
on the scanner flap, there are two screws, one on either side, remove them.
Make sure the lock switch is in the open position. or remove it with a screwdriver. it pops off.
now. the lid unclicks at the back and slides forward to remove.
there is a wire connector strip that goes to the control panel. if it comes off simply push it back in carefully, making sure it has been pushed in firmly.
reverse to put it back together.
Hope this helps.

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