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Press-Grip Clasp I was wondering, if I need some kind of special tool to take it out or can I just use a pliers, and how would I have it wrap back?...Use a pliers again to put it back. Or would I have to buy another one after I take it out.

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  • jayme_leigh Dec 02, 2008

    what size of pliers did you use? i keep trying and it keeps slipping

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Hi,
I just pressed the green clamps with pliers (which was a bit tricky to get the pliers just right and wedged inside the washer), but it works. Then before putting the black ribber piece back in, slide the green clamps back on, a bit further back on the rubber than they need to be. Then push the connections of the black rubber piece back on and finally use the pliers to move the clamps back up into place. Hope this helps!

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