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This is an older article, but just to add my two cents if anyone comes by here later. This device is a giant pain. Even using my fancy toolkit from iFixit, I've been whipped.
 
Yes, there are plastic rivets inside that hold the two halves together. There are instructions I found on hpcalc.org that indicate you can pop them apart and still reassemble with no issues. Well I got the two rivets at the top of the screen apart, but I wasn't able to get them snapped back together. The link at ehow.com listed above say to pry off the metal label cover off so you can drill out the rivets and reassemble using machine screws, which sounded like an appealing option in case I needed to get in again. But all I succeeded in doing is warping the cover in multiple places from the spudger underneath the face plate because the glue is just too !@#$ tight. I stopped before I had bumps all over the face of my calculator.
Yes, there are plastic rivets inside that hold the two halves together. There are instructions I found on hpcalc.org that indicate you can pop them apart and still reassemble with no issues. Well I got the two rivets at the top of the screen apart, but I wasn't able to get them snapped back together. The link at ehow.com listed above say to pry off the metal label cover off so you can drill out the rivets and reassemble using machine screws, which sounded like an appealing option in case I needed to get in again. But all I succeeded in doing is warping the cover in multiple places from the spudger underneath the face plate because the glue is just too !@#$ tight. I stopped before I had bumps all over the face of my calculator.
 
Nevertheless, this article did have a solution for me: just press the face of the calculator just below the screen and above the soft function buttons to re-establish any loose connections.
 
I'll go hang my head in shame in the Corner of Failure now.

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This is an older article, but just to add my two cents if anyone comes by here later.  This device is a giant pain. Even using my fancy toolkit from iFixit, I've been whipped.

Yes, there are plastic rivets inside that hold the two halves together. There are instructions I found on hpcalc.org that indicate you can pop them apart and still reassemble with no issues. Well I got the two rivets at the top of the screen apart, but I wasn't able to get them snapped back together. The link at ehow.com listed above say to pry off the metal label cover off so you can drill out the rivets and reassemble using machine screws, which sounded like an appealing option in case I needed to get in again. But all I succeeded in doing is warping the cover in multiple places from the spudger underneath the face plate because the glue is just too !@#$ tight. I stopped before I had bumps all over the face of my calculator.

Nevertheless, this article did have a solution for me: just press the face of the calculator just below the screen and above the soft function buttons to re-establish any loose connections.

I'll go hang my head in shame in the Corner of Failure now.

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