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Access to inside

What is the easiest way to remove the cover of the tcv or just the back?

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Re: access to inside

The platic "lug nut" covers have to be removed to access three screws on each wheel. They are hard to get off without breaking them. If you look carfully you well see that is a tab on two sides of each "nut". They have to be compressed to release. After breaking two, I found that a narrow xacto blade can be pushed into the tab slot on one side. A put pressure on the blade so that the tip forces the tab toward center of the nut. A slight twist should pop on side free. The other side will come free easier. There are five on each side. Only the front and the two in rear have screw behind them. Once you remove the "nuts", and the wheel, the other screws are obvious. Two under each wheel. Two at the top of the cover and two on the video input board.

Posted on Dec 16, 2007

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Thank you very much for the tip. Very Helpful!

Posted on Dec 24, 2007

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