Mebgardner is right, no adhesive just plastic tabs that hold the different parts together. You have to pry pretty hard using two picks to make sure the first tab doesn't click back in as you work on the second. Try not to pry it any further than it needs to be to release but I know I did on a couple and the plastic held up. Sorry no video. The way I look at it the filter isn't meant to be serviced so you need to be ready to buy a pump if you end up breaking it. If you have that in mind, just go at it and if I breaks so be it. If you manage to get it apart then bonus! I can't ride something that isn't running right so those are the only two options - repair or replace.