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Introduction

This guide will teach you how to remove the casing, remove the pin of the pedal and replace the spring for the pedal. You will need a medium sized Phillips screwdriver and an all-purpose wrench (although any small flat wrench will work).

Image 1/2: Unscrew all 7 screws on the back. Image 2/2: Unscrew all 7 screws on the back.
  • Turn over the EC20.

  • Unscrew all 7 screws on the back.

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Image 1/3: Place your other thumb on the jack input. Image 2/3: Pull them apart and slightly open the case. Image 3/3: Pull them apart and slightly open the case.
  • Put the EC20 on its side and put your thumb on the edge.

  • Place your other thumb on the jack input.

  • Pull them apart and slightly open the case.

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Image 1/3: Place your other thumb on the bottom edge where part of the casing sticks out. Image 2/3: Pull them apart, you should now be able to open the casing completely. Image 3/3: Pull them apart, you should now be able to open the casing completely.
  • Turn the EC20 around and place your thumb on one of the knobs.

  • Place your other thumb on the bottom edge where part of the casing sticks out.

  • Pull them apart, you should now be able to open the casing completely.

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Image 1/3: Pull out the rod with the wrench on the other side. Image 2/3: Pull out the rod with the wrench on the other side. Image 3/3: Pull out the rod with the wrench on the other side.
  • Push the rod out by using the screwdriver as a lever.

  • Pull out the rod with the wrench on the other side.

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Image 1/3: Grab the pedal and pull it out of the casing. Image 2/3: Grab the pedal and pull it out of the casing. Image 3/3: Grab the pedal and pull it out of the casing.
  • Turn around the upper casing.

  • Grab the pedal and pull it out of the casing.

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Image 1/3: Put the pedal back in the casing. Image 2/3: Put the pedal back in the casing. Image 3/3: Put the pedal back in the casing.
  • Push the spring back in position on the ring.

  • Put the pedal back in the casing.

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  • Push the rod back in position.

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Conclusion

Close the casing again and fasten the casing with the screws. You have now successfully replaced the spring!

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