I'm still trying to find an unused one to purchase. I know that given the problems that everyone seem to be having with the infoglobe olympia model. I'm still with the belief that its the caretaking and handling that is the real problem. So find me an address where I can find one to order.
Thanks: Hubert huberthrobertson@Zoomtown.com
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It appears that you have already removed the 4 screws. The globe will not just fall off, it has to be pried. Take a small- bladed screwdriver or a small-bladed pocket knife and gently pry from any small opening you see between the globe and its base. Work the blade around the globe and it will come off. I just did it and now I'm trying to figure out how to get inside the "guts" of the globe. Will keep you advised.