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Lift the antenna and remove the two screws on the back.Carefully remove the antenna cover and with a small jewellers screwdriver move the left spring loaded hinge of the antenna support toward the centre of the support.Carefully remove the support paying attention to the spring loaded hinge as this will jump out and you are likely to lose the spring or the mobile end.Carefully remove the antenna support extending the ribbon connecting cable so the you can now access the two screws holding the case closed.After removing the screws pry open the case paying attention to the two ribbon cables connecting the display to the main board.Flip the securing flaps on the ribbon connectors and remove the ribbon cables. the unit is now open and you can carry on with whatever you needed to do.

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