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 Posted: 03-14-2005 02:06 pm
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Jim Ketcham

 

Joined: 03-13-2005
Location: Salt Point, New York USA
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John,

The rod slips into the insert and is held by a little hinged "locking arm" that snaps over the rod.  Gently pry the "locking arm" off the rod and the rod will then slip out of the insert.  No destruction of parts is necessary.  The "locking arm" should remain attached to the insert and can simply be pressed back over the rod upon reassembly.

Jim