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Paso 8
Remove the three Phillips PH1 screws  (circled in red) holding on the top Neodymium magnet. And be careful - they're pretty hard to get off! (I stripped one on accident and had to drill it out. This one is circled in orange in the second picture). Now, pull off the top magnet. Be careful here! You don't want to put this magnet near any electronic data storage units (i.e. computers or cellphones) as it is very strong. Also, don't get your finger stuck in between it and either the other magnet or it and a piece of metal - it will hurt! These magnets are super strong!
Remove the Top Magnet
  • Remove the three Phillips PH1 screws (circled in red) holding on the top Neodymium magnet. And be careful - they're pretty hard to get off! (I stripped one on accident and had to drill it out. This one is circled in orange in the second picture).

  • Now, pull off the top magnet.

  • Be careful here! You don't want to put this magnet near any electronic data storage units (i.e. computers or cellphones) as it is very strong. Also, don't get your finger stuck in between it and either the other magnet or it and a piece of metal - it will hurt! These magnets are super strong!

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