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Hp 7210 removing pad for cleaning how do you do it?

How do you remove the pad that is sopping up the leaking black ink? Just pull it out? I removed the cartridges, moved the carriage to the middle and the pad lifts up in the front but seems to be stuck under the small bar ??

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U can use a small peg or pin to lift it out

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