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Samsung SGH-P777 faceplate removal

I just got a new faceplate for my phone and can't figure out how to get the old one off! I've taken out all the screws but 2. The last 2 screws are toward bottom of faceplate on both sides of the "C" button. It's a slider phone and i can't figure out how to reach the last two screws. Can someone help!!?? thanks!

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Hi this is ram i have a cell model- sgh-p777 BUT sim is not workaing massage is wrong cord how to do

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