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Hobby (wireman) SawChiselHammerClamp or Vise
Use clamp or vise to hold p supply in position
As most power supply are chemically bonded, use saw to remove material about 0.5 to 1 mm on the long sides which does not hv connectors
Use chisel to crack and break remaining bond on the un-saw sides. Use chisel to pry and twist to neatly open it up
Done. Isn't it neat?
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