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[* black] We temporarily shift our attention to a more screw-y, less glue-y portion of this desktop, in the hopes that we will have more luck in removing it.
[* black] The hinge mount's casing, attached by a few clips, comes off easily with just our hands.
-[* black] Underneath lurks a rod of antennas, springs, and loads of screws.
- [* icon_note] The springs, 80 in total, are what allow the monitor to transition from vertical to nearly-horizontal with just a light touch.
-[* black] Removing the final screws attached the stand to the display is like a game of Russian Roulette: some are spring-loaded while others are not. We test our odds, and manage to select all of the correct screws for removal, detaching the base with ease.
-[* black] Hopefully this stroke of luck will help us get through the tricky display opening as well....
+[* black] Underneath lurks a pair of antennas, significantly-more-than-a-pair of springs, and loads of screws.
+ [* icon_note] The springs, 80 in total throughout the hinge mechanism, are what allow the monitor to transition from vertical to nearly-horizontal with just a light touch.
+[* black] Removing the screws securing the hinge to the display is like playing Russian Roulette: some are spring-loaded while others are not. We test our odds, and manage to select all of the correct screws for removal, detaching the base without a springtastic explosion.
+[* black] Hopefully this stroke of luck will help us get through the tricky display opening as well ...