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Now for the prying bit. Ready your barrage of prying tools! I used plastic spudgers, metal spudgers, plastic cards, and X-ACTO knifes to get this open. The gap between the aluminum shell and plastic rear plate was so tight I had to use an X-ACTO knife with square-headed No. 18 Blade to widen the gap enough to slide in my metal spudger. Important note: Don't ever pry with an X-ACTO knife, the blades are not meant for prying. If you pry with them, they will crack and can potentially cut into your hand.
  • Now for the prying bit. Ready your barrage of prying tools! I used plastic spudgers, metal spudgers, plastic cards, and X-ACTO knifes to get this open.

  • The gap between the aluminum shell and plastic rear plate was so tight I had to use an X-ACTO knife with square-headed No. 18 Blade to widen the gap enough to slide in my metal spudger.

  • Important note: Don't ever pry with an X-ACTO knife, the blades are not meant for prying. If you pry with them, they will crack and can potentially cut into your hand.

Ahora, por la brecha. ¡Prepara tu aluvión de herramientas de palanca! Usé spudgers de plástico, spudgers de metal, tarjetas de plástico y cuchillos X-ACTO para abrir esto.

El espacio entre la cubierta de aluminio y la placa trasera de plástico era tan apretado que tuve que usar una cuchilla X-ACTO con la hoja número 18 de cabeza cuadrada para ampliar el espacio lo suficiente como para deslizar mi spudger de metal.

Nota importante: no haga palanca nunca con un cuchillo X-ACTO, las cuchillas no están hechas para hacer palanca. Si hace palanca con ellos, se agrietarán y potencialmente pueden cortar su mano.

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