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I can't figure out how to get the round ball on the base put together. I received no instructions

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You have to push the cradle on very hard. It WILL snap onto the base. DO NOT DO THIS WITH YOUR GPS ATTACHED TO THE CRADLE OR YOU WILL CRACK YOUR LCD DISPLAY.

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