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  1. Brian
    November 14, 2015

    Really?

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  2. Andre Da Costa
    November 16, 2015

    Hi Brian,

    Thanks for your feedback. As a new owner of the device and considering that its a $1,200 dollar investment. I prefer to be on the side of precaution. The Surface is not the most intuitive of devices. It might seem like common sense to pull in the opposite direction and be done, but for someone who might be a new owner and fearing causing damage or not doing something correctly, I think its sound advice.

    The fact that instructions exist but are buried deep on Microsoft’s page would likely suggest its there for a reason. Remember, the Touch Cover is sold separately, not with the device.

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  3. Jan Graham-McMillen
    September 9, 2016

    Thanks Brian … I was a little concerned that I might damage some connection if I just ripped the two elements apart. So I appreciate your quick answer. Glad you posted this!

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  4. Jack
    October 29, 2016

    This is the most convenient way but the best way for minimising wear and tear I’ve found is to use a credit card to gently pry the magnetic connector plastic surround and then to separate.

    Means there is no stress on the fabric / connector itself.

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