Introduction

Before beginning the drum pad replacement. Remember to be careful when following the steps. The drum pads may seem difficult to pry off at first, but just remember that it is okay to apply more force if needed as long as its applied responsibly. Play close attention to the specific wires and parts that are being emphasized in the steps.

Parts

No parts required.

Image 1/2: This will take significant force, but the rubber on the drum pad can withstand the force. Image 2/2: This will take significant force, but the rubber on the drum pad can withstand the force.
  • Pry the drum pad off of the drum set.

  • This will take significant force, but the rubber on the drum pad can withstand the force.

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Image 1/2: If this wire is already disconnected, that is most likely the cause for the drum pad not working. Image 2/2: If this wire is already disconnected, that is most likely the cause for the drum pad not working.
  • Remove the small wire clip shown in the picture.

  • If this wire is already disconnected, that is most likely the cause for the drum pad not working.

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Image 1/1: There is a small plastic disk and a spring in the support; be sure not to lose it.
  • Remove the four Phillips size J0 screws supporting the hit sensor.

  • There is a small plastic disk and a spring in the support; be sure not to lose it.

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  • The sensor can be peeled off of the drum pad.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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