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 Posted: 06-14-2020 05:34 pm
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redracer

 

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Steve: I typed the article right after I sent the previous post( a "rewrite").
As for telling/checking whether or not you have already broken the plastic pin, you really can't, so I would ASSUME it IS broken and try the "REPAIR" i posted a little while ago(better safe than dead??)