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How to remove the rotor from the housing in order to replace it with a new one?

Hi, I have a Bosch GSB20-2re 0601194703 (here there is a diagram http://www.ereplacementparts.com/bosch-gsb202re-0601194703-1234-hammer-drill-parts-c-128_1032_15778.html) and I want to remove the rotor from the intermediate flange (housing) because I want to replace it with a new one. I cant figure out know to remove the rotor, I dont see any knob or something... I only see the intermediate flange, rotor ax on it there is a cylinder (probably sleeve type 57 on diagram). Any help is appreciated!

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