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Broken drive belt

How do I open the case, to get to the belt?

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Remove the top cover. There is a catch at the side of the hinges.

Use a plus screw driver to remove the screws underneath the cover.

Remove the cover by using a minus screw from behind, and then slide the glass out from the back.

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