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Pull down on the plastic ski hole. cover You will find 2 or 4 screws there that hold it. There is also a bag that the ski's go into so take pictures if you can't remember how to put it back together. The bag goes in first then the back cover. Use a skinny punch to keep things aligned as you put in the screws. It can get really frustrating trying to hold all of that together.
 

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Pull down on the plastic ski hole. cover You will find 2 or 4 screws there that hold it. There is also a bag that the ski's go into so take pictures if you can't remember how to put it back together. The bag goes in first then the back cover. Use a skinny punch to keep things aligned as you put in the screws. It can get really frustrating trying to hold all of that together.
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Those four (4) "screws" on the 12v 164 models located around ski boot door opening are white push nylon buttons. If same on 24v model use a V-forked trim tool to pop them out.
 

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Be carful removing as not to break the compressed particle board. You can typically re-use the nylon press in bolts. Do you have a new sender or trying to repair old one?
 

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I repaired my original one but would like a spare. Do you have any for sale?
 

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Hi, have you solved this now?
On 24v models there are no press in nylon 'bolts' for the ski-hatch board/trim - all screws, accessed from the interior via the ski-hatch. Let me know if still working on this and will upload some pics.
 

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Hi, have you solved this now?
On 24v models there are no press in nylon 'bolts' for the ski-hatch board/trim - all screws, accessed from the interior via the ski-hatch. Let me know if still working on this and will upload some pics.
I figured it out myself eventually and you’re exactly right. I’m actually thinking of replacing the steering rack myself. I haven’t replaced one yet so any tips would be appreciated.
 
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