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How can I take the case apart? It is not coming apart after i remove all screws.

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There are 6 screws in total. One is hidden behind the label on the back in the centre. Also one is in the middle of the battery compartment. Once all six are removed one will most likely find that one or more of the gear(s) is broken.

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