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How to replace rubber pickup

My rubber pickup is broken. I have a new one but can't figure out how to replace the old broken one. I saw instructions on how to replace the pickup on a ML-2510. It talks about moving some tabs etc. I tried but could not do that on my 2010. Is there any detailed instructions somewhere?-Bob

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  • hillbob Jul 02, 2009

    I already have the new rubber pickup that I need. The old one broke. The problem is I can't seem to get the plastic holder apart to replace the rubber pickup. I push the small plastic tabs up and down and nothing happens. The sides just don't come off. Is there anywhere I can get a repair mannul with photos showing how to get the pickup holder off?

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