This will show how to take apart the outer case of the device so repairs can be made.
First start by peeling off the outer rubbery covering on the bottom of the device.
After removing the rubber covering, unscrew the five 4.9mm Phillips screws in the holes of the plastic casing.
After unscrewing all five screws, remove the plastic casing. The back should now look like the picture shown.
The inner metal casing is latched inside the outer white plastic shell, so insert a pry tool underneath the metal casing and pry it apart from the shell.
It should make a click when it comes apart.
Remove the outer casing.
The exposed logic board should look like this.