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-[* black] The hinge case dude. There are four display cables, two up each leg.
-[* black] The underside of the foot features more springies and the other end of the display cables.
- [* black] Interestingly the right cables combine into a single double-wide connector.
+[* black] We took the long way there, but it looks like a simple display replacement is one of the easiest jobs on the Studio. Good news for any folks prone to being a little hamfisted with their Surface Dial
+[* black] With the case emptied and display removed, this is still a hefty piece of hardware—clearly the crown jewel of Microsoft's burgeoning engineering prowess.
+[* black] The top bar features a couple of tightly wound springs and a calibration screw in the center, along with the termination of four display interconnect cables that run inside of the hinges and press onto the back of the display.
+ [* black] Inside the foot, the other end of the arms are each tensioned by a pair of extension springs, similar to what you'd find in a garage door.