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New friction pads - sides ok but what about top ones


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Had to change my friction pads (Alko) and the sides are easy enough but when I got to the top one how do you do that?

Took the rubber/plastic cover off the nose, undone the front screw and back screw but that was as far as I got, couldn't get the back one out?

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Seem to remember that you use a flat blade screwdriver to pop the pads out from underneath 

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