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how do i get the tuniq backplate off a mobo?

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I cant get my tuniq backplate off to switch mobos. Dont want to break it as im selling it lol. Any tips?
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i used a hair dryer to heat it up and it twisted it off. try that.
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cool thanks
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post #4 of 7
no problem you can also use a flathead screwdriver but be careful.
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id use a razorblade to cut the adhesize while you wedge a screwdriver under it
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no problem you can also use a flathead screwdriver but be careful.
Slip a piece of high density plastic under the screwdriver to lightly pry after you warm things up. Pop bottle plastic works very well Cut one up, but watch your fingers.
    
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I once used a butterknife. Just slide it behind the plate and lightly turn it.
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