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Marquee LC Bellow & C-Element Removal

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Front of LC housing removed from face plate  

Now take off the gasket


Next remove C-Element retaining ring

Now fold over the bellow onto the C-element and push the whole thing trough the Housing hole, do it carefully, but it should be ok and not rip.

Folding Bellow

C-element still attached to bellow

Now you can much more easily get a blade to the bellow and C-Element to separate them.

Carefully sliding blade between Bellow and C-element

C-Element removed and no bellow damage !!!!!!

I hope this procedure is easier than trying to take the C-element out while the metal housing is still in place. I think it is.

Athanasios
 

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