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Battery replacement navman icn530

i have icn530
i bought a replacement battey due to the poor life of the original however i cannot seem to remove the rear panel to access the battery
I have removed the two small screws on the bottom but the rear panel is firmly attached . is there a way to remove this without damage?

Many thanks

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Besides the two screws the back lit is "clicked" to the front lit. I used a small screwdriver and carefully pushed it in between the front and back lit and after some careful manouvering it clicked open at several positions. My battery was glued to the electronic print! Again using the small screwdriver and watching carefully not to turn on the power I was able to remove it. This procedure is certainly not an advocate of Navman! But in my case it worked ....

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