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So long as you aren't too forceful, getting the faulty part out is simple. Use good quality t5 for the components, and then from memory I used a 1mm flat screwdriver to ease out the reciever. It does have some stickiness to it, and if needs be break the speaker out to protect the surrounding plastic. All the best mate...

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