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Go to your local auto parts store and buy a gasket scraper. Put the flat side down on the case and lightly tap it inbetween the case and the top. The top will pop off and you will cause no damage. Hope this helps, Bob L
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There is a dowel pin on the drum side that if badly rusted will hang up. Soak it with penetrating oil for a day or so. Because of where it is it often is rusty or corroded from leaking batteries, etc.
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Do you have ALL the bolts out ? just asking, its sometime the most obvious stuff that slips by