Re: HP75D internals



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Turn the pod upside-down and you'll see various philips screws. Unscrew the 6 large ones (3 on either side of the pod). Then you can take away the two side-panels which hold the HP75 in place. Gently lift the HP75 and you'll see that the port-plug is connected with a flex-cable. Unplug the HP75 and there you are. A common problem is that HP75 which come in a pod don't have the battery door to run them independently. Hope this is of some help. Cheers Daniel


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