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Inlet manifold removal on Peugeot partner

I am trying to remove the large black plastic four branch inlet manifold off the top of a 55 plate diesel Partner engine. I have removed the obvious securing bolts and after a lot of gentle persuasion I have got the ends of the manifold loose in the four metal tubes into which they locate, but it remains in place and I am reluctant to force it in case I break something. What else do I need to loosen or remove to allow the large black plastic section to come free?
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