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Brother Correctronic 360 Word Processing Typewriter, how to remove case to clean keyboard contacts

I have a Brother 360 Correctronic Word Processing Typewriter that probably needs a good cleaning of the keyboard. I have a problem with the space bar not functioning on all taps as well as the other keys occasionally. I am quite sure it needs a good cleaning of the contacts. I was wondering if anyone can help with instructions for removing the case to get to the keyboard apparatus and contacts. I have very thoroughly used compressed air already and it helped but I would like to actually get to the keyboard itself to clean the contacts. I cannot figure out how to remove the case, or get to the removal of the keyboard segment, etc. Thanks in advance for any help. KTM

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Very hard to do without breaking something. take to repair shop

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