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??? Replacing the drawing surfance of an Intuos3

I've read that the Intuos2 tablet surface can be replaced after it's damaged by the pen. I've sort've neglected my Intuos3, and it might suffer some more abuse in the future. If it gets really scratched up, how do I replace the drawing surface?

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... this is at least what worked for me. I hope it helps.

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