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Cleaning inside Canon 50mm /f1,8 II

Please, tell me if I can remove the dust myself, from the Canon lens 50mm 1,8 II. How I can do this without damage it?
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Hi,

you can have a look here:
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and here:
http://nis-lab.is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/~ybando/rgb_filter/disassembly.pdf

HTH,

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