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Removing display casing


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Does anybody know how to remove the aluminum cover on the back of the LCD Display? My casing has a dent in the back by the apple. I'm betting I can just push out the dent but I'm not certain where all the screws are.

There are the 2 torx screws at the bottom left & right corners. Are there other screws under the rubber feet? If so how do I remove the rubber feet?

This is on a 12" PB by the way.
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