Hi guys, I'm so glad to report that I was able to remove and install all 3 transmission seals today. What a relief! I can't thank you enough for the ideas and especially the encouragement. I was so close to disassemble the damn thing. As Jack said, the worst enemy for any mechanic is ANGER and IMPATIENCE. I admit, I'm not the most patient person out there, heck I'll just say it: I've no patience what so ever with silly problems
Anyway, the picks and needle nose pliers didn't help much and I couldn't thread any screw in there since the metal part of the seal was all twisted. But what I did was insert a flat head screwdriver between the shaft and the internal lip of the seal and then rotate the screw driver 90 degrees forcing therefore the seal to lift up gradually as I did that all around. I'm going to pulverize that seal later to get some satisfaction
The second seal on the same side, came off like butter with two wood screws threaded at 180 degrees from each other and using a slider hammer pulling lightly on each head screw alternatively.
The third seal on the clutch side, started giving me headaches and for a moment I thought I was having a terrifying deja vu. I threaded again 2 wood screws at 180 degrees but the slide hammer wasn't effective. That's when I changed to another method. Instead of pulling with the slide hammer I inserted a fat screw driver under the pulling adapter of the slide hammer and used it as a pry bar. The seal came right off!
Impatience got it me again though, although you be the judge of that. As I was tapping lightly a mallet on the deep socket for the last seal, I tapped a little bit harder right at the end and now the seal is seating at 6mm deep instead of 5mm. I hope it's not that important since I didn't see any opening in the walls of bore. What's your opinion?
Thanks again to all of you! I can now "relax" and start to put back all of her belongings.