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8560MFP - blurred 1st page - how to remove the cover?

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Blurred print usually happens when oil leaks down on the drum encoder disk,
causing it not to properly read the X-axis. The disk is on the right side.
With the cover off trace where the heaters fit into the middle of the drum.
Remove the plastic cover and the disk is right there.
I'm assuming we are not talking about the door to the spent ink well.  How is the right side cover removed?
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The service manual was good, but not quite as detailed as I needed.
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