Thought I was not waiting long enough but I was wrong. I had my wife try it. My 18 year old son try it. ALL failed every time to remove it. The only way to remove my screen is to pull on it with a lot more force then should be needed, and it's only on the left side, not the right side. It slides back in with zero issues or resistance so it's my opinion there's something wrong with the release on that side.You must remember that rather strong magnets continue to hold the screen even after the latch is disconnected by pressing the button. This way, only one hand is needed to latch or unlatch. But it takes a little tug to overcome the magnets.
I am afraid I am going to break the screen at this rate and will be trying to get it replaced.
I have seen videos where you hit the release button, wait a second or two, and lift it out with one hand. Impossible for me to do and many times I don't pull it out far enough and half the screen remains attached (the left side).