We couldn't figure out a way to get Furby's inner face plate off cleanly, so we made one cut with shears, after which it released easily.
Remove the piezo sensor (orange wires) from this inner faceplate.
This is as far as we took Furby apart! Here's a video of how functional it still is, although we managed to bust part of one of Furby's LCD eyes.This guide was first published on Nov 14, 2012. It was last updated on Oct 19, 2018. This page (Remove Face Plate) was last updated on May 04, 2015.