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You could, but it is a fairly involved job, about 50 screws would need to be taken removed, the lid, maybe the bottom panel, front panel and PCB fixed to the front panel dissassembled. I suggest that you take it back and get it exchanged for another. If it is under warranty, taking it apart yourself would also breach any warranty the unit has, so I would not reccomend it...just in case something went wrong:)
Posted on May 08, 2008
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