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Remove rear cover of HDD6330

I've been trying to remove the rear cover on a HDD6330, and have onlybeen able to disconnect the tangs on the side with the on/off switch. I can't wedge anything between the section with the tangs on the otherside (volume up/down). Does anyone have any tricks on this?

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  • kerbitz Dec 18, 2007

    nevermind... a little persistance and I was able to remove the cover. Did a little damage to the case though. Does anyone have a special tool they use to remove the rear cover?

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You need to make sure the two black screws either side of the connector have been taken out.

The back panel has clips on both sides.

Volume side - 1 at the bottom, and 1 next to the volume control

Opposite side - 1 at the top and 1 at the bottom.

Try sliding a metal strip ( about 5mm wide) in at these points.

If the strip doesn't slide in, gently lever the casing apart at the corner with a flat blade screwdriver.

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Hi -- as you say the rear metal case needs to be removed, best start around earphone connection, use thumbnail or thin stif plastic,ease under metal case in and work across top, then bottom sections then onto the side (on/off)switch there are two plastic "tanges" about one third along then two thirds along that need to be pushed inwards and upwards.The other side again two "tangs" but both these two are in bottom half only, at quarter and half way position. Please be very careful and dont insert tool to far 2-3mm at very most.

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