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  1. Remove 14 Phillips screws on the bottom of the kayboard.
    • Remove 14 Phillips screws on the bottom of the kayboard.

    • Use a plastic tool to release the clips holding the case together.

    • There are two hidden clips above the left and right arrow keys.

    • Gently pry the two halves of the case apart.

    • Don't worry if any of the clips break, the screws will still hold the keyboard together once reassembled.

  2. Unscrew the one screw holding on the ground and pull out the cables. A good way of getting the cables out is by putting a screwdriver right there and twisting. Unscrew this screw
    • Unscrew the one screw holding on the ground and pull out the cables.

    • A good way of getting the cables out is by putting a screwdriver right there and twisting.

    • Unscrew this screw

  3. The light thing comes out with a wiggle.
    • The light thing comes out with a wiggle.

    • The scroll wheel on the other is harder because you have to melt or brake the supports off.

    • Then you have to get the wheel out which comes out with a very gentle wiggle.

  4. You can then take off the little pads
    • You can then take off the little pads

Conclusie

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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thefluffyfist

Lid sinds: 08-04-17

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Okay but then how do remove the Silver screw at the top of the keyboard, next to the grounded screw?

Captain Planet - Antwoord

step 2, 3rd picture “undo this screw” did not exist on my G710+. rather it had 3 screws one on the botom with a tab and one above the 2 key and one upper left of the insert key.

as for captains question, since i’m replying you get it after removing the motherboard from the back.

wildcat_15au - Antwoord

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