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[* black] In the following steps, you will use a metal spudger to lift the front panel out from the rear case of your TouchPad.
[* icon_cautionblack] The front panel is held in by seven clips (boxed in red) that are lightly anchored tomust be released from the rear case.front panel, one clip at a time using an additional metal spudger. (The thin pointy spudger from the Metal Spudger Set works great for this.)
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When you remove the front panel assembly, you are boundit is possible to break either the clips or their supports attached to the rear case. We will update this guide as we find replacement parts or a better methodTo minimize the chance of breaking clips, care should be taken to removenot pry the panelfront panel high enough to expose the clips that are still attached.
[* icon_cautionblack] The front panel is held in by seven clips (boxed in red) that are lightly anchored tomust be released from the rear case.front panel, one clip at a time using an additional metal spudger. (The thin pointy spudger from the Metal Spudger Set works great for this.)
[* icon_caution]
When you remove the front panel assembly, you are boundit is possible to break either the clips or their supports attached to the rear case. We will update this guide as we find replacement parts or a better methodTo minimize the chance of breaking clips, care should be taken to removenot pry the panelfront panel high enough to expose the clips that are still attached.
[* icon_caution] As you remove the front panel assembly, also be careful not to damage the ambient light sensor (boxed in yellow) or the two antennas (boxed in orange).