Did you look in the online manual
There are detailed instructions for removal in there.
This is just part of it, showing the screw, clip and claw positions. use a nylon trim removal tool and lever up gently, working your way around each piece of trim. A piece of cloth at the fulcrum of your lever will reduce risk of scratching. Take your time and using the drawings as a guide, lever up so that the clips are withdrawn straight out, not at an angle, which is when you can break
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