Hello, the disassembly is possible, but this should probably be done last. You need to look at how the needle tip lays there. Specialists have many different devices, hooks, etc. Disassembling is primarily a separation. It is quite expensive. Also, it can be said difficult and generally, it is not recommended to break the original glue layer for no good reason. BUT in a nutshell - yes, a qualified specialist will find an approach one way or another.