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Ramiroflores

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Does any one know what procedure to use to remove the rubber pads on the bottom of the accordion to get to the air valve.
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What's up Ramiro. To remove the bottom cover just remove the 4 screws. The rubber pads are connected to the bottom cover
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Wazzupp! Daniel, I removed the 4 screws but that bottom cover is wedged in so tight I thought you had to remove the small rubber feet. I didn't want to pry to hard and damage the cover. I thought about using  s small flat head but was not to brave to continue.
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Yea the bottom cover is usually tight fitting. Just take the screws off and pull on the rubber feet pads
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Daniel thanks for all your help. Yu da man![biggrin]
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