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    Amplify32
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    I'm having trouble removing the stock faceplate. The bottom screws seem to be stuck. They come about halfway out but won't come completely out, yet they keep turning. They're not stripped because they easily screw back in. I know it's the right screwdriver because the top two screws come out effortlessly.

    Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.


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    joeypats
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    they dont!!

    i had that same prob until i realized that they dont come out....unscrew them as much as you can and then you can just 'pry' the faceplate off!! no harm done!! check with your service provider first tho because it may damage your warranty



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    No, there is no "may damage your warranty". Doing this will void your warranty. Any alterations not done by a factory rep or one of their authorized rep's, will void your warranty.

    Be careful removing the faceplace and save it in a good/safe location. If something does go wrong with your phone and you need to take it back, put the original faceplate back on.
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