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[* black] RemovingThe backplate is attached with two plastic clips on the far edges, which clip under two plastic clips from the chassis. These can easily be broken so use caution.
[* black] Using a fair amount of force, attempt to slide the backplate downwards in relation to the mainboard (away from the mainboard). The clips should move into a position that frees them.
[* black] Use care when re-installing as it will require aligning the clips precisely, and sliding the backplate back up to slide the clips under the two chassis clips.
[* black] Remove
the bottom backplatebackplate by lifting upwards when the clips has been freed.
[* black] We assume this plastic is here to improve the reception for the Zune's antenna(santenna, which is the headphone jack (the Zune HD requires headphones inserted for reception). A nice feature (nowhere to be seen on the iPod touch) is the Zune's built in [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hd_radio|HD radio]. It's the only HD you can actually play on your Zune.
[* black] RemovingThe backplate is attached with two plastic clips on the far edges, which clip under two plastic clips from the chassis. These can easily be broken so use caution.
[* black] Using a fair amount of force, attempt to slide the backplate downwards in relation to the mainboard (away from the mainboard). The clips should move into a position that frees them.
[* black] Use care when re-installing as it will require aligning the clips precisely, and sliding the backplate back up to slide the clips under the two chassis clips.
[* black] Remove
the bottom backplatebackplate by lifting upwards when the clips has been freed.
[* black] We assume this plastic is here to improve the reception for the Zune's antenna(santenna, which is the headphone jack (the Zune HD requires headphones inserted for reception). A nice feature (nowhere to be seen on the iPod touch) is the Zune's built in [link|http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hd_radio|HD radio]. It's the only HD you can actually play on your Zune.