Do the bearings have a very thin snap ring on the outer edge of the seal or are they just a press-in rubber seal?
If they have a snap ring (look really, really close! It's very thin!) use a hobby knife to get under the open end and work it out while holding your finger on it, so that it doesn't spring out and away. Then use your knife, again, to get at the edge of the seal.
If there's no snap ring, then just use your knife to get the edgeof the seal up and, very carefully, work the knife around, prying up the edge around the bearing as you go. You should be able to get them out without bending the seal.
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