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kendoe... when i replaced mine, i took one of each type out to make a pattern. one thing to consider is what you replace it with... IIRC Lexan can expand in the heat so you need to plan accordingly, and needs to be oiled as you cut it or it has a tend. to melt and fuse back to itself.
oh, that lexan also had a tend. to want to 'bow out' so a neat trick is to use popsicile sticks or toothpicks, jam them inbetween the lexan and the frame to kinda force help the adhesive 'suck' it in, then just yank em out later.... good luck
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