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Well depending on the model of the unit.. most of them are *****ed in the back with a flathead ***** or philips may be needed.. once those are taken out, you have to be careful and push it out of the case it's in.. depending on model, *****s could be located in different places and not necessarily just the back.. be sure that everything is unplugged before doing this..
if it hasn't been tampered with before, you will see a seal that will be broken once you open it so be sure you do not still have a warranty on it first.. good luck, d
Posted on Mar 09, 2008
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