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I know this is old, but I will add my 2 cents in case it helps someone else...
To me, it looks like it probably compresses away from the ahead, but the ones I have compress towards the head, model EX6. For mine I used a vice to hold the compression ring, and used pliers to pull the head to slide the ring down. Then, just pulled the cable out. Sometimes, if you tighten the vice too tight it can warp the compression ring some, but If that happens I just use the vice to round it back out by compressing the peaks a little.
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