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Removing driver how do I remove the driver from the front plate with no visual damage impared?

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Removing the driver without a trace.You better use a exact size of screw driver or allen screw.When going to do that you better hold it firmly make force push down,so it will not slipt,cannot create a scratch and look for a screw,sometimes screw is hidden under the label;or in rubber holdings that holds the black cloth cover;or in rubber footings.This is only effective tecnic that iv'e already done on my works like this.

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