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Buttons stopped working

I've got a problem with the phone's keypad, can anyone tell how I open it up? I removed the battery and sim card, unscrewed the four screws from the back but what now? I'm a little hesitant to just pull but I can't see any other way...

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Re: Buttons stopped working

I don't have a video for disassible of KG800
only pictures here's the link
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