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Just be careful of body static when touching things like the circuit board or the chips. It can just burn them out.
Ground yourself first by touching the metal pipes in the house. Try not to where plastic sole shoes on a nylon carpet.
Dissconnect the battery and power adapter/charger before starting.
Posted on Mar 17, 2008
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