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Old 10-07-2012, 11:50 PM   #11
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The only thing found so far is a video that does not expose the components.

It is straight forward dis-assembly.

The Bezel is removed first, it is fastened in place with adhesive. Gently pry loose by working around the Bezel with a slim tool (probably a credit card would do the job).

Unscrew the main frame from the back cover.

Flip over, release ribbon cables, unscrew battery, unscrew motherboard, etc.

Somebody please pick off the shield covers over the chips and take pictures with enough resolution and lighting so that part numbers and board details can be seen.

Reversing the process - the Bezel's adhesive will allow it to be replaced and pressed into place.
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