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Lenox Model CD-1493 Can't get the case apart for service. I removed the 6 indicated screws and the antenna screw, but the back seems to be still attached to the front. I can't find out where. Help

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Did you find the two screws located under the two round rubber dics located at the back top of the cell phone? If you remove the two round rubber discs you will find screws under them. Once you remove those screws you will be able to remove the one plastic frame. Be careful, there are two places that you will need to disconnect in order to completely remove the insides from the frame. If they are not disconnected you will not be able to remove the main brain of the phone. The 1st one is easy to see but the 2nd one is not as easy. You must be careful anytime your working with these components.

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