Display assembly and front case panelThe display assembly is attached to the front panel and a thin silver bezel with small plastic tabs. Using a thin metal blade, a plastic case opening tool, or your fingernail, you should be able to pop the tabs loose and remove the display assembly. I recommend removing the thin outer bezel first. This will allow you to more easily access the front case panel tabs.
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