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Subject: Re: Hello again Gentlemen
From: Paul \ (paul_at_gamingmp.com)
Date: 2003-09-21


Excellent, does anyone know what material the backing is made out of
exactly? I know the front is plastic which is a shame but I can work
with that

Minuk Choi wrote:

> I found this... maybe it'll help
>
> http://www.hotmp3gear.com/mmjb/disassembly.htm
>
>
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "scott" <die_pokemon_die123_at_yahoo.com>
> To: <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
> Sent: Saturday, September 20, 2003 5:40 PM
> Subject: Re: Hello again Gentlemen
>
>
>
>>--- "Paul \"Winkie\" Robins" <paul_at_gamingmp.com> wrote:
>>
>>>Has there ever been any guide or similar published with regards to
>>>dissaembling a FM Recorder? I ask this as mine is suffering from a small
>>>case of stuck button, it's also scratched to hell, so i'm going to
>>>dissasemble it and see what I can do about both these problems
>>
>>one exists for the MM, which is the same model, but i can't remember the
>
> link. it's in the mail
>
>>archives.
>>
>>basically you have to take off the screws on the bottom, and if your fm is
>
> newer, the screws on
>
>>the top. depending on how deep you need to go, you might not have to
>
> remove the bumpers, but you
>
>>can, using a torx 10. pop off the battery cover (top) with something
>
> pointy, take out the battery,
>
>>then unscrew the little black screw that's right under the LEDs. now push
>
> something small up each
>
>>side to pop the faceplate up, and pull it off. you can take the bumpers
>
> completely off now if you
>
>>want, but it may not be neccessary depeding on what you're doing. after
>
> that you have to unsolder
>
>>the half a dozen points around the case and separate the boards. i havn't
>
> desoldered, so if you
>
>>need to you should look for the guide i mentioned.
>>
>>which button is stuck? i don't think it's actually stuck, based on how the
>
> buttons work. i thought
>
>>my F2 was stuck, but it just broke off the platic bit it's suppoesed to be
>
> attached to. i think
>
>>some model glue could fix this, but i don't have any one me, and i don't
>
> use F2 very often either.
>
>>anyway, good luck.
>>
>>-scott
>>
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