Repair help.

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    Hello. Had a crash that I am chalking it up as my own fault. Everything to be repaired is straight forward except for one part. I am stuck at removing the original Carbon pipe fixing block B. I can't get it to budge. I was just going to leave it in place but found damage on it. I have no choice but to replace it. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you. IMAG0028.jpg 1464465708763-1319577147.jpg

     
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    I figured it out. I bought a small gear puller from O'Reilly's auto parts and used some washers and a screw to pull it. I also found a carrier for the drone that fits the foam holder almost perfectly. Got it from Wal-Mart. 1464484464486871478105.jpg 1464484582683-1954361073.jpg 1464484638743-1319577147.jpg
     
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    Great!
    You managed well!
    Thanks for the trick
     
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    i have a similar problem (front of 320):
    • the screw heads on the carbon pipe fixing block (cpfb) are stripped.
    • the cpfb is stuck in the gear case fixing block (gcfb) or at least is very difficult to remove.
    • i loosened the screws that connect the two halves of the gcfb.
    • the cpfb does not budge.
    • based on your description i just need to pull the cpfb out of the gcfb.
      • this assumes that the cpfb is a "force fit" into the gcfb. this seems odd, as it would most likely be common point of failure
    • otherwise, i would need to disassemble the 320 to access and disassemble the gcfb to get to any screws that might be holding the cpfb to the gcfb. i.e a pain in the ... !
    so my question is:

    Should i just forcibly pull the cpfb out of the gcfb? as you indicated this was facilitated by using a gear puller.

    would anyone know if there is an "exploded view" of the 320 parts assembly?
     
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    Hi, where did you buy the bag?
     

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