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One of the last screws stripped and I wasn't applying a lot of force. Being a jeweler, I tried every trick I knew of but that sucker would not budge. Since it was a corner screw, I rotated the entire cover (while pulling up on it to miss the components directly beneath) to expose all of the battery area. Hope I explained that part well enough. The battery was also tough to remove. I think they used way too much glue the first time around. Anyway, I was thrilled it powered right up with the new battery and I saved over $50 bucks doing it myself (and with the help of ifixit.com). Thanks!